ISE 2022 news from Denon, Netgear, Savant, LG and more — plus Lee Distad on how to communicate well with clients and more
May 12, 2022 | Volume: 19 | Issue: 9
Hello, #AVtweeps; I’m coming at you LIVE from ISE 2022! What a busy week it’s been in Barcelona. The show has been just the thing to lift my spirits and remind me how wonderful the AV community is. I’ve missed all of you! (But don’t forget you can join rePLAY ISE 2022 to catch all the show-floor content in case you aren’t here in person — or if you are and simply want to see it all again!)
Now it’s time to get ready for the rest of the shows this year and prepare for all of the new products that I’m sure will be released! Just look at the size of this newsletter, there’s nothing like a trade show to kickstart new products on the market!
I’ve got to run back out onto the show floor; enjoy your Thursday!
Problem clients aren’t just hard to work with; they also cost you money. Their project may or may not end up being profitable or unprofitable, but there’s also the opportunity cost of the profit margin you could have gotten from working with a different, better client. But you don’t have a better client — you have this one. <span style=”font-weight: 400;”>The good news is that clients with the potential to be a problem display plenty of red flags right out of the gate. The initial interview will usually make that clear.</span>
As smart home networking grows into more powerful and sophisticated systems, the home network must be able to support them. Therefore, integrators must emphasize reliability, performance and serviceability when it comes to creating and installing home networks.