It’s fair to assume that there will be about 40,000 people roaming the trade show floor at InfoComm 2017, which takes place June 14-16. Each of those attendees has a different role in the AV integration industry and each will take a unique approach to their experience at the trade show in Orlando, Fla.
There are, of course, folks who work for integration firms. These range from executives to project managers to marketing professionals to system designers to programmers and technicians.
There are attendees who work for specifying consultant firms, again ranging across various roles.
There are manufacturers, architects, designers and a slew of technology decision-making professionals, i.e. end users, who may or may not walk the floor with a trusted integrator or consultant.
One thing they all have in common is that they’ve invested something to attend InfoComm, even if it’s simply time spent away from their businesses. Most attendees enter with a game plan to maximize their return on investment.
The goal is to return from InfoComm with an arsenal of knowledge, including new products, new education, new certification credits and new strategies.
InfoComm 2017 is coming up. Are you ready? Find out before you go to Orlando what everyone will be talking about after the show is over.
As we all know all too well, however, sometimes the best laid plans can get away from you. We decided that a fun little quiz might help InfoComm 2017 attendees stay in the right state of mind to maximize their ROI.
So we did some generalizing. We determined that there are, more or less, four types of InfoComm attendees:
- The Information Collector
- The Swag Hunter
- The Networker
- The Partier
More than likely you already know which category fits you best. If you take our short, one-minute quiz, however, you can quickly determine (or confirm) what kind of InfoComm attendee you are:
Whatever stereotype you fit, we encourage everybody to make the most of InfoComm 2017. It’s a great chance for the industry to come together. We look forward to collecting information, finding swag, networking, and partying with everybody.