Latest headlines: Gary Kayye’s latest simple expectation of InfoComm 2021, Nathan Haynes with his top 10 reasons to work in AV and more
October 22, 2021 | Volume: 12 | Issue: 20
Hi, #AVtweeps! Happy Friday!
I’m coming to you from Orlando, Florida, where I am gearing up for my CTS prep class tomorrow. Then, I take the test Tuesday. Let me know any last-minute tips for test-taking and cramming in those formulas. (I’ll take good vibes too — I’m really accepting anything at this point.)
I don’t know about you, but I’m particularly looking forward to meeting up with some manufacturers in the UCC space this InfoComm because anything that helps us collaborate is having a moment right now. I’ve said it once and I’ll probably say it again: Hybrid work is going to be here for a long time. The better manufacturers are at making the at-home vs. in-office experiences as seamless and blended as possible, the better our lives are going to be. What are you looking forward to seeing at this year’s show?
That’s all I’ll leave you with, other than asking you to take a particular look at the columns this time. Gary Kayye has his latest piece of advice for InfoComm 2021, Nathan Haynes writes his 10 reasons for working in our industry and Jennifer Guhl asked a few in-person attendees of InfoComm what they are anticipating about this show.
Enjoy and have an excellent weekend! See ya on the show floor!
In Part 1 of my “Simple Expectations of InfoComm 2021” series of blogs, I explained some of the elements of how InfoComm 2021 will be like no other InfoComm we’ve had in history — for OBVIOUS reasons. In part 2, I explained why showing only one product in your booth is critical to success at InfoComm 2021. Part 3 was about leveraging the QR code. Today’s blog focuses on a new expectation: relax.
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!
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.