Despite the very difficult circumstances that we continue to live and work through, ISE worked tirelessly to provide two great platforms for the industry to come together as a community.
ISE Live in Barcelona demonstrated the strong level of support that we can expect from both the FIRA and the city of Barcelona for the ISE show going forward. Logistically and operationally, the venue worked supremely well, especially with all the pandemic restrictions that they were forced to implement, and we are confident that their professionalism and efficiency will be greatly appreciated by exhibitors and visitors who attend next year’s event.
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The city, its business leaders and dignitaries provided a warm, hospitable, and enthusiastic welcome over the duration of the two-day show and, again, gave us 100 per cent confidence that Barcelona is the right host city for the next era of ISE. There was a real buzz on the show floor with great media and PR coverage for all involved and we can’t wait for our return to Barcelona for ISE 2022 which takes place from 1-4 February 2022.
We will be back stronger than ever with a full and valuable training programme for ISE 2022. We are also looking forward to supporting the ISE conferences that are planned to take place next year at the show.
Until that time, ISE Digital is a great destination for AV industry professionals. This online platform features a vast range of content that will remain open and accessible for the industry to use all the way up until ISE 2022. ISE Digital will provide a bridge for the ISE brand and its exhibitors to connect with the AV community in the months ahead and is such a valuable resource that I urge everyone to go there and check out what is freely available.
The full version of this article will appear as part of the ISE review feature in the forthcoming August issue of Installation magazine