InfoComm International®, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry worldwide, and Diversified Communications Australia, producers of the Integrate Expo, have announced the launch of the AV User Forums across Australasia. The forums aim to inform and educate on the important role of AV in increasing business revenue for organisations of vertical markets.
In the run-up to Integrate Expo 2017, the AV User Forums invite all AV technology managers, decision-makers and key influencers in the education and hospitality sectors to attend. The programme will comprise presentations for each sector, a panel discussion, a Q&A session, and networking
“Today’s AV technology plays a major role in creating outstanding customer experiences,” said Jonathan Seller, InfoComm’s Senior Director of Development, Asia Pacific. “To attract and increase business, an organisation must offer the most positive perception of itself. Through the AV User
Forums, we look forward to helping end users gain insight into the power of integrating sophisticated AV solutions to deliver the outcomes they require.”
“We’re delighted to be working closely with our long-term partner, InfoComm International, to expand the Integrate presence across the Australasia region, particularly in the end-user market, which has seen a 15-percent growth, year-over-year, at the event,” said Soren Norgaard, Integrate’s Event Manager. “InfoComm is internationally renowned for delivering highly current and insightful education, so I’m confident that these new forums will become a favourite fixture in the yearly AV industry calendar of events, as they help educate the growing end user market on how to further drive their businesses.”
For 2017, the AV User Forum will be hosted in two cities: Sydney, New South Wales on 12 July and Melbourne, Victoria on 31 August, to be held alongside the Integrate Expo 2017, held at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. The programme then expands across Australasia in 2018 to include Brisbane, Queensland in March; Auckland, New Zealand in May; Melbourne, Victoria in July; and Sydney, New South Wales in August. Attendance is free of charge, however pre-registration to gain access is required.
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