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CDEC managing director Toni Moss will be the spokesperson for the Integrator’s group at the upcoming Pulse Check UK: State of the Industry Virtual Roundtable organised by AVIXA.
Taking place at 11:00am on Tuesday 28 July, the session aims to gather the AV community in the UK at an online round table meeting to learn more about the current state of the market and what the industry might look like when it emerges on the other side of the coronavirus pandemic.
AVIXA will share ongoing research into the business impact of COVID-19 before attendees will be able to share their experiences and thoughts in breakout sessions to help gather new regional intel beneficial for the whole AV community.
Speaking ahead of the event, Moss said: “The past few months have seen unprecedented changes to our industry and there’s still a great deal of uncertainty as we begin to move forward. This round table will be a fantastic opportunity to discuss the challenges and the opportunities we are facing, and I’m delighted to be the spokesperson for the Integrators group, at what will be a truly valuable event for the industry.”
Aimed at AV designers/consultants, those working in live events, manufacturers and distributors as well as AV integrators and end users, the event is free to attend. Register now here.
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