There will be no worries about FOMO (fear of missing out) during the PSNI Supersummit end-user panel discussion next week in Atlanta.
The PSNI Global Alliance is opening the panel discussion to the public for the first time through a Facebook live broadcast on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 10 a.m. ET.
The PSNI Supersummit has traditionally been reserved only for its members in previous years, but this panel discussion is now available to anyone who can access Facebook live.
This year’s end user panel includes:
- Bradford Benn, 30-plus-year AV industry veteran who became an end-user in 2018
- Nyere Hollingsworth, group leader at MITRE
- Dawn Meade, senior AV solutions architect at Northrup Grunman
- Nick Miller, manager of AV control systems operations at Watermark Estate Management Services
- Josiah Way, director of multimedia services for higher education at California Baptist University
The PSNI Supersummit, now in its 12th year, will welcome about 175 frontline managers in sales, integration, marketing and technical support of the PSNI member network to Atlanta.
The two-day event includes keynote speakers, breakout sessions and panel discussions from some of the most sought-after speakers in the world.
“Every year, we get so many requests from people outside our network to attend Supersummit,” said PSNI Global Alliance director of marketing Hailey Klein.
“We are very proud to hold this summit exclusively for our members but also know that everyone in our industry can benefit from a true, no holds barred conversation with end-users.
“That’s why we’re trying something different this year. We’re putting the technology to use and opening up one of our best panels so that everyone can learn from these customers.”
PSNI Global Alliance has partnered with its preferred vendor partners to make this live stream event happen.
If you can’t tune in for the end user panel, you can still follow all the PSNI Supersummit action by searching for the hashtag #PSNI2019 on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn.