Some examples of the courses you’ll find at CEDIA 2017:
Are you planning to get involved in auditorium/theater technology? Do you understand the needs and applications? Do you know how to define the design requirements and project needs? What are the most important elements during design? This course will give you the tools you need.
The proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT) has led to exciting new applications in home technology. Along with these business initiatives, companies need to consider legal issues. These include security and privacy considerations, supply chain challenges, product liability concerns, regulatory compliance, insurance coverages, and more.
Choosing a shade fabric based solely on color is the most frequent error in shade fabric choice. “How to Control Natural Light Using Window Shades” will help you understand why there are better ways to choose your window shades based on the desired outcome: performance, aesthetics, and a blend of both.
Have you ever contemplated merging with or acquiring another company but weren’t sure how to proceed, or perhaps even how to objectively evaluate the opportunity? Whether you are a potential buyer or seller, “The Risks and Rewards of Mergers and Acquisitions” takes the mystery out of the M&A process by walking attendees through the preparation, evaluation, negotiation, documentation, closing, and aftermath of such transactions.
There are sales techniques that can best be described as “primal.” These are reactions that are hard-wired into the human brain over millennia, and those reactions can provide all the clues a salesperson needs to help close a deal – if, of course, that salesperson knows how to identify that data. This course will provide you with the knowledge to use all the info you will need to close a sale, which is usually right in front of you – but 90% of people don’t pay attention.
Come to CEDIA 2017 in San Diego – it’s more than a trade show, it’s an opportunity for exponential learning.