An organisation’s spaces represent, after its people, its biggest investment. This, along with cultural, economic and demographic drivers, means we are beginning to see the proliferation of multi-use.
Exceptional projects demand an exceptional team. When engaging an audio visual (AV) solutions provider with so many companies out there… how do you choose? From design, to procurement, commissioning.
Looking for interesting ways to improve your museum’s ability to attract and engage patrons? Interested in learning (and seeing) how your peers are running their operations? If so, the 2019 AAM.
It’s easy to get drawn in by all the elaborate exhibits that the largest museums (admitted blessed with deep pocket donors) unveil. After all, they embrace the challenge of creating immersive.
Today, architects, designers, main contractors and other key stakeholders are being asked to integrate thoughtful audiovisual(AV) designs into their project designs in order to create better.
The digital economy has arrived. As a result, technology is no longer simply nice to have – its an expectation. However, how specifically organizations utilize technology can differ considerably.
Simply put, it’s a monumental mistake to overlook the power of the millennial generation. A recent Brookings Institute Study shows that at over 75 million strong, the millennials are America’s.
When organizations embrace new technology, the potential exists to introduce significant new benefits to the company’s existing environment. So much so that technology can significantly differentiate.