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Sensory Technologies Acquires AV Solutions

Acquisition expands Indianapolis-based integrator into Northeast.

mergers and acquisitions, M&A, AV industry, Synnex, Westcon-Comstor

Boxlight Acquires Mimio, Expands Growth in K-12 Edtech Market

The combination of Boxlight’s classroom technology with Mimio’s interactive teaching technology will provide districts with an array of hardware and software solutions.

Video Weekly News: Engaging Discussions Make NSCA’s BLC a Hit This Year

Attendees shared innovative ideas that led to meaningful conversations during conference sessions.

Industry Rejuvenation, Not Products, on Display at NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference

Recruiting, exit plans and next generation leadership were topics that easily comingled at NSCA’s BLC while product talk takes back seat.

3 Ways to Increase Business Value and Owner Equity Before It’s Time to Sell

You’re not thinking about retirement yet, or maybe you are, but either way you want to make sure your business is ready when it’s time to sell or hand the reins down to another generation.

NSCA’s Ignite Program Is Antidote for Industry That Can’t Market Itself

NSCA officially launches its Ignite recruitment program at its 2016 Business & Leadership Conference.

NSCA Gives A-V Corp.’s James Beckham Lifetime Achievement Award

40-year industry veteran earns Per Haugen Award distinction, will get award at NSCA’s Business and Leadership Conference this week in Dallas.

Test Your Future Tech IQ: How Do You Stack Up Against Your Competitors?

NSCA has devised a four-step plan to take the pulse of your firm’s overall readiness in several critical technology categories, including mobile-friendly, remote manageable and software-centric solutions.

6 Products Earn NSCA Excellence in Product Innovation Awards

Winners in six categories plus an overall Most Innovative Product honored at NSCA’s Business and Leadership Conference in Dallas.

Making the Move to 4K Ultra High Definition Displays With Almo Pro A/V

While commercial displays are still the top use for 4K, the technology has begun to appear in a range of common display devices like PC monitors, notebooks, tablets and even smartphone screens.

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