103 #AVTweeps You Must Follow on Twitter

Our list includes AV, IT and security integrators, manufacturers, consultants, rappers, comedians and more. If you’re not following them all, you should be.

As we celebrate five years on Twitter, here are the 103 feeds we’ve found to be the best #AVTweeps around.

We hope you’ll agree that these are the best Twitter feeds to follow and check them out if you haven’t done it yet. [continued…]

@barbXG: Barbara Blasowsky admits she doesn’t tweet often, but you need to see them when she does.

Group Mentality

@NSCA_systems: The National System Contractors Association offers white papers, training tools and one of the industry’s highest-regarded annual shows, the Business and Leadership Conference.

@CompTIA: This industry association focuses on the needs of the IT community.

@SIAonline: The Security Industry Association is always thinking about ways to keep people safer.

@WomeninAV: This group knows how to party and prides itself on advocating for the concerns of women trying to navigate the AV industry.

@AVGivesBack: This is a new Twitter feed, but we think it could be big in 2016 and beyond.

@AVUserGroup: This group looks at technology from the end user perspective.

@ITDRC: The Information Technology Disaster Resource Center is comprised of volunteers who help those who need new or replacement technology in the wake of a crisis.

@AVHashtags: Who doesn’t enjoy a fun hashtag game?

Road Warriors

@newscaster: Kim Lancaster spends a lot of time on the road, representing companies at trade shows around the world. She’s not shy about sharing her opinions about those experiences or the great food she enjoys while traveling.

@DaleBottcher: Dale is among the most active tweeters from the industry’s largest company, AVI-SPL.

@AndreaAMedeiros: TecHome Builder editor offers unique perspectives and seems to be everywhere.

@Sphere3CEO: Kourtney Govro really knows how to tweet about a live industry event, whether in health IT or other industry trends, and has the prize to prove it.

@AVGirlMidori: Midori Connolly is always thinking about ways to make live events and the industry better for all involved.

@jbmyers: Jay Myers is an author and frequent trade show attendee. He often shares the highlights of from latest stop for those who can’t be there in person.

Employment Opportunities

@TierPM: If you’re looking for a new job, Marika Aquino and her team have all the resources you could possibly need.

@AVJobsEMEA: Pat Deeley’s feed is loaded with AV jobs from Europe, the Middle East, Asia and beyond, as well as a few fun surprises.

@OpeningzbyAbi: In addition to helping people find new jobs, Abi Brown is spreading the message of Women in AV in Europe and beyond.

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