Welcome to AV Technology Europe (AVTE)15 September 2017
The brand new AV title dedicated to end users has arrived!
Hello and welcome to AVTE – a brand new title dedicated exclusively for people working in or involved in the AV technology end user marketplace.
Today marks the official launch of our website, but also our brand new AV Technology Europe (AVTE) magazine, which was officially unveiled this afternoon (September 14) in London.
With hundreds (if not thousands) of hours of research and meetings prior to launch, we’ve created a magazine we’re confident will provide you with an informative, insightful, educational and at times entertaining resource spanning a broad and varied range of different topics, whatever industry you may be in or part of. We believe it differs from anything you may have seen in this space before.
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Highlights in the first issue include a behind the scenes look at how AV technology plays an integral role in the presentation of some of the world’s most valuable pieces of art at the Tate Modern in London – one of the busiest museums on the planet.
We also have an exclusive interview with the AV User Group, an organisation who, like AVTE, is devoted to serving the needs of end users, not just in the UK, but now on a global basis. If you’re unfamiliar with AVUG this is a must read!
Each issue of AVTE will also come with a theme – the first of which is around ‘Corporate Conferencing.’ We’ve not held back, with 14 pages of industry interviews, features and expert advice on a range of different topics, including microphones, lighting, speakers and bandwidth. All this and so much more.
Our sole purpose is to support you – therefore your input and feedback is crucial to the content we produce
Just the beginning
But, like any good AV technician, we’re not about to become content on what we learned yesterday. This is, as they say, just the beginning of a journey. One which will see many twists, turns and changes. As already stated, our sole purpose is to support you – therefore your input and feedback is crucial to the content we produce both in print (second issue drops mid-November) and online – so please do get in touch.
But that’s not all. We want you to be part of the content and there are plenty of ways to do so, with numerous sections designed to showcase your own achievements, as well as help to provide guidance and inspiration to your peers.
Thanks for your support and I look forward to getting to know you all.
Michael Garwood, Editor