InfoComm Seeks Survey Participants for AV Week Local Trends Survey - Sound & Video Contractor

InfoComm Seeks Survey Participants for AV Week Local Trends Survey

InfoComm International is conducting a three-minute online survey for AV Week. If you are an AV solutions provider (commercial or organizational) in Atlanta, Dallas, DC area, LA area, Minneapolis/St. Paul or Orlando, Fla., complete the survey and help the association identify common AV applications, benefits, hiring trends, and the prevalence of certification in these cities.
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InfoComm Seeks Survey Participants for AV Week Local Trends Survey

Sep 28, 2006 8:00 AM

InfoComm International is conducting a three-minute online survey for AV Week. If you are an AV solutions provider (commercial or organizational) in Atlanta, Dallas, DC area, LA area, Minneapolis/St. Paul or Orlando, Fla., complete the survey and help the association identify common AV applications, benefits, hiring trends, and the prevalence of certification in these cities.

The results will provide facts and statistics of interest to local media and is part of AV Week activities spotlighting the value of AV and raising awareness for the industry, October 22-28, 2006. The survey closes October 2. For questions, contact avweek@infocomm.org.

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