StriveAV is proud to announce that it has been awarded Constructionline Gold accreditation.
Few industries have been more affected by the coronavirus pandemic than event planning. While most sectors have been able to open at least temporarily in 2020, physical events have been on hold indefinitely in many countries as large gatherings have been banned and many people continue to be wary of mixing freely in substantial numbers.
Just 12 months ago, a virtual event wasn’t something many event organisers and marketers would have considered an essential part of their offering. While webinars were becoming ever more popular, these would be smaller in scale, shorter in time and narrower in scope than the ever-popular in-person conferences, awards and tradeshows that littered many industries’ calendars.
Fast forward to mid-2020, however, and virtual events have taken on a whole new level of importance, offering a way to futureproof a business and maintain contact with stakeholders despite the changeable times.
Plenty has been written in recent months about the huge changes experienced in workplaces across the globe. As coronavirus spread, so employees were told to work from home, ending the routine of the daily commute and office life.
Demand for digital signage has grown massively in recent years with videowalls, kiosks, menu boards and billboards all becoming near-ubiquitous sights in spaces such as shopping malls, offices, public spaces, hotels, hospitals and even outdoors. Few sectors failed to see the benefits of being able to guide, advise and inform visitors quickly, easily and professionally. Read more
StriveAV managing director Toni Moss will be the spokesperson for the Integrator’s group at the upcoming Pulse Check UK: State of the Industry Virtual Roundtable organised by AVIXA.