The AVIXA Foundation, the association's charitable arm, has announced recipients of its three 2020 scholarships.
In AVIXA’s May Pro AV Business Index, survey respondents reported gradual but noteworthy signs of recovery for the pro AV industry.
TIDE Generator host Kirsten Nelson discusses the reimagining of how people will interact with the physical and human elements of public spaces.
AVIXA's Chairman of the Board Jeff Day explains why the AV industry is more relevant now than ever at InfoComm 2020 Connected.
We caught up with Rochelle Richardson, CEM, AVIXA’s senior vice president of expositions and events, to find out what InfoComm Connected has in store that technology managers can’t miss.
AVIXA has announced the 2020 recipients of its annual awards. Honorees will be recognized in a virtual ceremony during InfoComm 2020 Connected on Wed., June 17 at 5p.m. EDT.
In this past week’s Impact Survey from AVIXA, the organization shares the state of business for industry professionals—some of whom have reported a return of work.
Pro AV sales have contracted for the first time since the AVIXA’s Pro AV Business Index was established in September 2016.
Effective immediately, the association is waiving online access fees and Elite seat limitations through June 12.
In this past week’s Impact Survey from AVIXA, the organization shares the degree to which industry pros are experiencing reductions in revenue—and reveals when they think things will turn around.
AVIXA executive leadership and InfoComm show management announced this morning that they have cancelled InfoComm 2020. The show was set to take place June 13‑19 in Las Vegas, NV.
The economic shock from coronavirus hasn’t hit the pro AV industry yet, according to AVIXA’s latest Pro AV Business Index.
To help AV professionals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, AVIXA is providing complimentary online training until June 12, 2020.
From June 16-18, InfoComm will host Experiential Tours of the Fremont Street Experience Viva Vision Canopy, the University of Nevada Las Vegas, AREA15, and The LINQ.
In January, pro AV sales growth slowed for the first time in five months, falling three points to 59.2, in AVIXA’s Pro-AV Business Index.