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Almo Professional A/V provides the industry’s most advanced product distribution, training and education, and technical support options available for the Pro AV community. With a highly skilled sales team, reseller education programs, seven distribution centers across the U.S. and product lines for the Pro A/V channel, Almo Professional A/V provides customers with the full distribution experience on a local and a personal level.

The E4 AV Tour

The E4 AV Tour is back and Fully Charged! Plug in with the PEOPLE, PRODUCTS and PROGRAMS you need to stay energized in 2015. Spend the day fueling up at E4 courtesy of Almo Pro A/V.
    2015 E4 AV Tour Dates
  • March 26 in Chicago, IL
  • April 21 in Los Angeles, CA
  • July 10 in Baltimore, MD
  • September 11 in Houston, TX
  • October 8 in Teaneck, NJ
Learn more or register today.



Latest Entries Filed in Almo
Almo Pro A/V Wins CI Award Third Year in a Row for Traveling E4 Program
Providing free product, technical and business training needs to thousands of resellers and installers, Almo Pro A/V's E4 Program was awarded a CI BEST Award, proving the program's growth and success.
Never Have a Cramped Desk Again With Chief Mounting Solutions
Rob Ziv, business development manager for Almo Professional A/V shares how Chief dual monitor arms helped transform his work area, improving his computer monitor placement and creating much-needed desk space.
Almo Becomes $1.2B Corporation with IAVI Acquisition Complete
Almo Corporation’s acquisition of IAVI is a done deal, creating the largest privately-held pro AV distributor and expanding global footprint with IAVI’s Latin American business.
Look Inside Emerge Magazine: The Digital Signage Edition
Almo focuses on digital signage in its latest edition of Emerge Magazine and provides readers with tips, insights, articles and products related to the topic.
Mark Your Calendars: 2 Webinars You Can’t Miss in May
During the month of May, CI will host two free webinars addressing the following hot topics: Remote power management and pop-up huddle rooms. Our third webcast originally scheduled for May 25th has been postponed until Sept. 14th and will cover selling broadband service. Don't miss out, register today!
People & Places: Mitel Acquires Polycom for $1.96B, Creates a $2.5B Company
In the recent weeks, it's been all about big mergers and acquistions in the industry. CI takes a look at these major deals, along with an important hire for USAV.
Another Major Deal: Mitel Acquires Polycom to Create $2.5B Company
Move combines global technology leaders to create a complete communications and collaboration portfolio and an enhanced ability to deliver profitable growth.
Why Integrators Absolutely Need to be Doing Content Creation
Integrators are missing out on opportunities to help customers with creating, managing and distributing video content by not investing in their own infrastructure and bringing content creation in house.
ClickShare Wireless Presentation Systems from Barco
With a single click, you transform a meeting into a complete sharing experience, bringing ideas, people and content together. No cables, no set-up, no waiting to join in.
Almo Pro A/V Execs Talk Programming, Differentiation, Economy and E4 AV Tour Tweaks
Sam Taylor and Melody Craigmyle of Almo Professional A/V take some time to chat about that state of the AV integration market, their views on what it means to be a distributor and its E4 AV Tour.
What Almo Gains by Acquiring IAVI
Almo Corporation’s Warren Chaiken and Almo Pro A/V’s Sam Taylor talked to CI about how acquiring IAVI will impact the distributor organizationally and how it will affect its dealers.
Almo Acquires IAVI, Becomes Industry’s Largest U.S. Distributor
Move creates $1.2B company and allows Almo to expand into Latin America.



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