Exertis has announced its Plug In To Exertis Pro AV event will be held at the Vox Exhibition Centre, within the NEC campus in Birmingham, on 5 November 2019
Ian Aitken, Exertis Pro AV director, said: “Following the success of our Plug In To Exertis event, we now have one dedicated to showcasing the very best AV products and solutions from our line-up of world-leading vendors together with a number of seminar topics and show-floor features.
“Our strategy is to change the way AV is sold by responding to market dynamics which require our customers to sell complete solutions that fit the requirements of the modern workplace and public events. Exertis is uniquely positioned to do that, offering the benefits of specialists in Pro AV, UC, mobile and networking, supported by a range of professional services. Our empowering the modern meeting seminar and collaboration suites are examples of how we can help resellers to deliver these solutions.”
In addition to the main exhibition area, there will be two collaboration suites featuring Microsoft Teams and Zoom solutions, along with compatible products, providing alternative propositions for remote working, conferencing and collaboration. Resellers are invited to bring potential customers to see which video conferencing solution best suits their needs. In addition, there will be an LED showcase suite featuring a range of products.
Industry expert, Daniel Lee will deliver the Big Picture keynote speech. Lee is MD of Hewshott International, a leading independent global consultancy with over 13 years’ experience in providing organisations with AV, video conferencing, acoustics and IT solutions.
The centrally located, seminar theatre will make use of “Silent Disco” headphones to allow the delivery of seminar sessions within the main expo floor without impacting the flow of the event.
Samsung, LG, Lenovo, NEC, Philips, Chief, CTOUCH, Peerless and Poly are amongst the vendors participating. For the latest information and how to register: https://www.plugintoexertis-proav.co.uk/
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