CE Pro 100 Summit Names Advisory Team
CE Pro 100 Summit announces lineup of industry leaders who will steer program development for 2011 event.
The CE Pro 100 Summit has announced the lineup of industry leaders who will steer the program development for this exclusive event,which is open to members of the CE Pro 100 list and like-sized companies in the custom electronics industry.
Integrators will gather to re-evaluate business plans in an evolving market affected by changing consumer behaviors and the arrival of new industry players from November 16-18, 2011 at the InterContinental Miami in Miami, Florida.
“It’s a critical time in the custom electronics industry,” says Jason Knott, editor-in-chief, CE Pro. “We’re seeing mass market players like Comcast and security titans like ADT entering the market. And as many integrators are rethinking their business models in order to compete, it’s important to have the cream of the crop helping with program development of what could be the most important CE Pro 100 Summit ever.”
The list of advisory group members for the fourth annual event includes:
- Bill Maronet, president, ETC, Inc.
- Michael Pope, president, Audio Video Interiors, Inc.
- John Predham, principal, EPI Systems Integration
- Dennis Sage, president, Dennis Sage Home Entertainment, Inc.
- Greg Simmons, VP, Eagle Sentry
“I’m consistently impressed by these guys,” Knott says. “I’m confident that their input will help make this year’s Summit the best and most productive one yet.”
The CE Pro 100 Summit will host more than 100 decision-makers from the best and brightest custom electronic integration companies. Guests will enjoy complimentary travel, hotel stay, and food and beverage over the two-and-a-half-day event of executive educational offerings, exciting networking opportunities and quality vendor/sponsor meetings.
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