Now, the AV Global Alliance – which was established to provide videoconferencing and audiovisual services to multinational companies – has been joined by Avitec (Turkey), AVITECH (Romania) and AV Media (Czech Republic).
AVM chairman Sandy MacPherson (pictured) told II that he expected the alliance to be 40 companies strong within “the next six to 12 months”. Highlighting some of the advantages for participants, he noted that member companies “automatically have a competitive advantage against their in-country competitors. Also, for the major clients who want one lead company that can provide AVSI services throughout the world, it is possible for any one of the partners to say that everyone in this club has been vetted and they are the leading AVSI [in their country]. Members tend to get work because of the alliance in the first place.”
For more recent II coverage of the AV Global Alliance, click here.