Europe, Middle East and Africa
Our North American show, InfoComm 2015, was a fantastic success with 39,105 attendees and 515,000 net square feet of exhibit and special events space. Read about it or watch The InfoComm Experience video.
Take a look at the schedule of events happening in your region.
InfoComm University™ is hosting classes near you. View the education schedule to find webinars and classes in Europe.
SCHOMS InfoComm Members in Action
SCHOMS, a community of professionals engaged in the design and support of university learning spaces and technologies, are providing reviewers to help InfoComm International® develop a new course, How to Manage AV Spaces and Staff. The course is designed to help university technology managers hone their management skills. Four reviewers are representing the SCHOMS and technology manager community. The insight and depth of experience the reviewers bring to this effort are critical to making this new course a useful global resource for those whose daily task is to plan and oversee the operations of large enterprise technology departments. The reviewers are planning to finish their comments and edits this fall.
Behind the Scenes at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre
The Queen Elizabeth II Centre is Central London's largest dedicated conference and exhibition facility. It recently underwent a significant AV/IT upgrade to enhance visitors' experience. In this episode of the InfoComm Today Podcast, Deborah Jones, CTS®, the QEII Centre's AV/IT Sales Manager, talks about the improvements and what makes them exceptional. Listen now.
You can also read about the QEII’s upgrades, gain fresh insights and see pictures of the centre’s new videowall and other features at the dedicated Exceptional Experiences website.
Promoting the Exceptional Experience in Vienna
On 21 May, InfoComm Roundtable attendees in Vienna were asked about the popular AV technologies in their market. Their answers? Streaming media, interactivity and big videowalls. They were also asked about the challenges they faced: tight budgets, competition from unqualified companies and difficulty attracting skilled workers.
InfoComm was in Vienna at the Hotel Stefanie to help AV professionals succeed. Godwin Demicoli, CTS, InfoComm Regional Director for Europe, kicked things off by explaining the importance of creating exceptional AV experiences for clients. The presentation provoked a lively discussion, with attendees interested in communicating the merits of exceptional experiences to potential customers. Check for a Roundtable near you.
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InfoComm in German
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