Latest headlines: Jennifer Guhl checks in with InfoComm attendees and Nathan Haynes discusses the top 10 reasons he has for working in AV.
October 26, 2021 | Volume: 10 | Issue: 20
Happy Tuesday, and happy InfoComm week! Do you have plans to attend the show tomorrow? If not, make sure to register for rePLAY 2021 on Nov. 2-4. You get a T-shirt just for registering!
Speaking of InfoComm, rAVe writer Jennifer Guhl spoke with AV pros from across the industry who are planning to attend the show. She asked them questions like why they’re attending, what expectations they have, what fears they may face at the show and more! Get a look at what the pros are most excited for, and see what precautions they are taking to make it the best InfoComm possible.
Our next column is a great reminder of some of the top reasons to work in AV. No matter what portion of the audiovisual market you work in, everyone has their top 10 reasons for working in and staying with the AV industry. Do any of Nathan Haynes reasons match your reasons for working in HOW? From the challenges to the people to the money and more, Nathan shares why he loves AV — and why you should too!
That’s it for columns this week, but don’t miss other updates and news. Voting for our Readers’ Choice Awards has opened, so be sure to cast your vote before Nov. 3. Have a good one, and I’ll see you next time!
After a year and a half of living on video calls and turning guest bedrooms into home offices, signs of a return to pre-pandemic working life are finally upon us. With InfoComm 2021 approaching, many have chosen to make the pilgrimage to Orlando to learn about the latest AV technology, trends, and of course, connect with other industry members, something we have all missed out on during the pandemic.
First, let me say this was an extremely difficult list to narrow down to only 10. Not to mention the struggle for what goes first and what goes last. But, in my experience, these are the top 10 reasons for a career in AV!