Now that’s out of the way, don’t forget to check out Kayye’s Krystal Ball. It’s Gary Kayye’s annual column about his expectations for the next year. He also analyzes his predictions from last year to figure out what he got right and wrong. The past two years have been very difficult to predict, but he did a pretty good job!
Finally, Michael Katz includes his second installment in a series about his InfoComm 2021 experience. If you’ve ever wondered about the power of networking, you’ll enjoy this column: The theme at this past show seemed to be based on relationships rather than products. Michael’s series is a great example of how that worked.
Welcome to my 22nd annual Kayye’s Krystal Ball! I can’t believe I have written this article 22 times. I am beyond humbled by how many of you read this; last year, it was viewed by over 90,000 #AVtweeps. #LOVE
This is part two of a series discussing the power of the relationships you can make at an in-person trade show. After attending InfoComm 2021, I decided to write about my experience. In this column, I discuss Day Two of the show — and how I ended up on a road trip from Florida back to New York. Enjoy!