Women of InfoComm Network at a Local Level

Building a successful network requires a commitment from every member to take action and proactively help build a supportive community.  Each one of us can do this at a local level.  Reconnecting once or twice a year at industry shows is great, but it does not build strong community. The mission of the Women of […]

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AV Professionals Embrace Their Role As Storytellers

Does the AV industry really think it has nothing to say about content? All of your clients have stories to tell; AV professionals don’t just provide a delivery mechanism for those stories — they are coauthors.

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A Brand’s Best Friend: 3 Ways Digital Signage is Like Your Favorite Pet

There is nothing like the unconditional love of a beloved pet.  According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 36.5% of American households have dogs and 30.4% have cats.  Why do so many people have pets?  The same reasons that brands should be considering digital signage. They greet you at the door Pets are always happy […]

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Another Way of Experiencing Star Trek

I’m not a Trekkie. I watched Star Trek a little when I was very young, but that’s about it. It’s weird, though, because Star Trek is such a cultural phenomenon, how much you get to know — or think you get to know — about the show just by hearing other people talk about it all […]

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For the Love of the Job

Bert Jacobs, Co-Founder/Chief Executive Optimist of the Life is Good Company, addressed InfoComm’s fourth annual AV Executive Conference in November. Among his messages was one that many audiovisual professionals understand well.

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