URC’s Commercial Manager Will Answer Your Questions
Submit your questions. We’ll choose the best and ask Jamie Finnegan, URC’s commercial division national sales manager.
Got a question about the commercial electronics integration market?
No matter what’s on your mind, Jamie Finnegan, URC’s commercial division national sales manager, has agreed to take no-holds-barred questions from the commercial integrator community.
EH Publishing is launching Commercial Integrator, a magazine and website for the commercial electronics market. Commercialintegrator.com launches in December 2010, but we’re giving CE Pro readers a head start on submitting questions for URC.
Here’s how it will work: Post your question(s) in the comments section. We’ll pick the best five or so questions and ask them to Finnegan.
The answers (and possibly video of the interview) will be posted on Commercial Integrator in December.
Ground rules: Include your name, company and location with your question. If you aren’t already registered with CE Pro, you’ll have to do so. Don’t worry, it doesn’t take long.
The deadline to submit questions is Nov. 15 at 8 a.m. Eastern.
The questions should focus on commercial-related topics. Remember, only the best will be chosen. The goal is for Finnegan to address issues that concern you.
So what’s concerning you? Submit your questions for URC’s commercial manager.
Tom has been covering consumer electronics for six years. Before that, he wrote for the sports department of the Boston Herald. Migrating to magazines, he was a staff editor for a golf publication and an outdoor sports publication. Now, as senior writer/technology editor of CE Pro magazine since 2003, he dabbles in all departments and offers expertise in marketing. Have a suggestion or a topic you want to read more about? Email Tom at [email protected]
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