Barbara Brandt of Emory University has assembled an excellent survey to examine what you do, how you do it and where you plan to take it.
The AV-1 Breakfast at InfoComm
Call for InfoComm Reporters
The InfoComm Experience
Today, the Audio-Visual and Communications industry and, consequently, principals on both the ‘supply’ and ‘demand’ sides of the equation forge partnerships and InfoComm has become the one key event from which sprout the seeds of collaboration and professional development.
Our industry recognizes that better-educated customers make better business partners, consequently, InfoComm workshops and exhibitions offer unrivaled learning opportunities for in-house professionals , like us, who make purchasing decisions every day.
InfoComm should not be missed.
I was very good this past year. Okay, I was, I though, nice enough to warrant Santa’s visit. Knowing he’s a busy man with not much time on his hands, I sent Santa a letter and asked for just a few small things I felt sure he could handle.
Come Christmas Day, I checked under the tree. Sadly, none of my wishes was honored.
Below is the note I sent Santa. Do you think I asked for too much?
There’s no free lunch. We encourage better business relationships when we pay for what we get (because we only get what we pay for). When we pay for what we get, we help better businesses (those that contribute most to our success) remain in business.