Upcoming CEDIA Roundtables
Make the most of your time at your desk this month, with a host of online events and webinars hosted by CEDIA.
Here is a round-up of events coming up in the next few months from CEDIA. Learn from your peers, set new goals for your professional development and your business with this mix of webinars and roundtables:
Wednesday, July 15
Australian Registered Cabler Update
Did you know that anybody working on network-connected equipment must legally be a registered cabler? Are you working in contravention to the law? Join Australian Cabler Registry Service executive director Peter Lamont as we unravel your legal obligations and what you need to do today if you are not appropriately registered.
Wednesday, August 19
Australian Standards Update
A lot is happening with Standards in the Australian market. CEDIA is actively working on new initiatives, the Wiring Rules (AS/NZS3000) have recently been updated and KNX has been adopted as an official Technical Specification. The cabling sector is also undergoing changes, thanks to amendments to AS/CA S008 and AS/CA S009, and the adoption of IEC 62368.1. As an integrator of home automation services, what do you need to be aware of to ensure you are compliant with all relevant Standards? Join CEDIA’s David Meyer, KNX National Group Australia president Ian Richardson, cabling industry consultant Ian Millner and the chairman of Standards Australia’s Wiring Rules Committee, Gary Busbridge, as we investigate the fine print.
Thursday, September 15
Building a Brand
What is a ‘brand’ and how do you build one? Every business owner wants their company to be the first name people think of when looking to make a purchase, but how do you foster that following? Do you have to spend thousands of dollars? Can you cheat the system? Communications expert Salvatore Di Muccio and social media guru Katie Ressa are back, this time joined by the head of strategic sales for Snap Franchising, Gavin Meredith, to talk about the ins and outs of building a brand in today’s market and how to avoid letting it all fall apart.