Great news from AVIXA’s latest Pro AV Business Index: sales growth is strengthening. At 61.3, the March AV Sales Index (AVI-S) is at its highest level since 2019.
After a blip of deceleration seen in January, AVIXA’s Pro AV Business Index shows AV sales growth sped back up in February.
In the latest Pro AV Business Index, January’s AV Sales Index (AVI-S) shows a drop of 5 points from the prior month, to 52.0, reflecting a slower start to the year.
December’s AV sales index (AVI-S) measured 57.2, 2.5 points above the November reading of 54.7—which itself was 1.5 points above the October reading.
AVIXA’s latest Pro AV Business Index has good news to report: November 2020 marked the best month of AV sales growth since the start of the pandemic.
Against a complicated backdrop of GDP recovery and additional waves of coronavirus, AVIXA’s Pro AV Business Index shows that global AV sales growth accelerated in October.
Growth at any level is good news to hear during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, AVIXA’s Pro AV Business Index shows that August sales barely qualify as growth.
This month, the AV sales index (AVI-S) reached 53.7, indicating growth for the first time since February, according to AVIXA’s July Pro AV Business Index.
AVIXA’s latest Pro AV Business Index shows the industry is on a path to recovery. Both pro AV sales and employment hit neutral conditions after three months of decline due to the impact of COVID-19.
In AVIXA’s May Pro AV Business Index, survey respondents reported gradual but noteworthy signs of recovery for the pro AV industry.
Just as this is a difficult time for the global economy, it is a difficult time for the AV industry. In AVIXA’s April Pro AV Business Index, survey respondents make it clear that the live events side of the industry is suffering the most, with almost all such business cancelled.
Pro AV sales have contracted for the first time since the AVIXA’s Pro AV Business Index was established in September 2016.
The economic shock from coronavirus hasn’t hit the pro AV industry yet, according to AVIXA’s latest Pro AV Business Index.
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.
After slower growth in pro AV sales and employment in September, October’s numbers recuperated in AVIXA’s Pro-AV Business Index.
While pro AV sales did show continued growth in September 2019, the industry situation reflected more of the broader economic mediocrity.
In contrast to the broader economic news, July wasn’t a tumultuous month for AVIXA’s Pro AV Business Index, with sales growth remaining steady.