Taking up residence at CEDIA – new RSE magazine19 March 2007
CMPi, publishers of Installation Europe, is to launch Residential Systems Europe magazine, a publication wholly dedicated to the fast growing European custom installer marketplace.
Scheduled to launch in June, Residential Systems Europe will carry definitive independently sourced business to business editorial on the residential installation market, including news, analysis and features on, training, regulatory issues, white papers, case histories, the environment and business tips.
As with Installation Europe. contributors to Residential Systems Europe will be respected industry journalists and independent commentators. The title’s mission is to be informative and insightful, helping readers to make informed business decisions through provision of relevant content.
The consultant editor for RSE is Jane Scotland, director of top installation company Beyond the Invisible and marketing chair of CEDIA UK. Jane will be ensuring that the content is wholly relevant for today’s professional residential installation marketplace.
RSE will be published three weeks before the London-based CEDIA show in June. Produced to the same high standard of production as Installation Europe, the new magazine will be mailed to every pre-registered attendee at the CEDIA exhibition; all relevant installers and registered readers of Installation Europe; all CEDIA members, and will also be distributed throughout the CEDIA show to attendees.
Installation Europe is Europe’s leading business and technology magazine for audio, video and lighting in the built environment. It is also media partner with Integrated Systems Europe and publishes the ISE Daily and Show Guide and also the Installation Europe Buyer’s Guide.
Installation Europe publisher Joe Hosken comments: "Residential Systems Europe will provide definite market information and analysis for the residential installation marketplace and, in working closely with CEDIA, we are confident that the content and market penetration will be perfectly targeted."