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InfoComm to host third Future Trends Summit at ISE 2013

James McGrath 7 January 2013
InfoComm to host third Future Trends Summit at ISE 2013

Kick-starting the event is Part 1: Future Customer Needs, comprising an end-user panel discussing who the AV/IT customer of the future and what the influencing factors in their buying decisions will be. Panellists will also outline cutting-edge uses of AV technologies in their sector, providing perspective on where need/demand is heading in their industry as a whole, as well as sharing a glimpse of the future AV decisions they are considering in the coming years.

After lunch, Part 2: Future of AV Business and Market will examine how the AV/IT systems integration world will look in 2015 and beyond. This segment will consider which markets are set to shrink and which to grow, and what market opportunities, outside threats, or customer behaviours will paint the picture of our future. Industry insiders Bob Snyder and Joel Rollins will offer insight into how the world of systems integration will look in the near future, and what you must do now to prepare.

Part 3: Future of AV Technologies will help you to stay ahead of the curve with an overview of the cutting-edge developments likely to impact on integration businesses in the years to come. The technologies to watch in the coming months or years, and what disruptive technologies might catch you by surprise will be discussed.

While other events deep-dive into a particular aspect of technology or a particular application, the Future Trends Summit looks at the whole of the industry from a number of different viewpoints – consultant, integrator, end customer and so on.

Market opportunities, disruptive technologies and outside threats are all discussed, offering a complete picture of the future of AV to today’s business leaders.

If you are a systems integrator keen to get some input into how to position your company over the next three to five years, the Future Trends Summit is for you.

Pricing (includes lunch):
InfoComm members – €180
Non-members – €270

Click here to see the full programme and speaker details.

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