DTE to Hit D.C.
Electrograph and NSCA announced that the next Display Technology Experience free reseller event would roll into Washington, D.C.
Electrograph and NSCA announced that the next Display Technology Experience (DTE) free reseller event would roll into Washington, D.C., on Oct. 21, 2008, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center.
DTE, jointly sponsored by Electrograph and NSCA, offers a variety of business-building and training content intended to benefit AV dealers. Attendees will also have the opportunity to earn Learning Units from NSCA when they attend any of the training sessions, according to officials.
"NSCA education helps companies set themselves apart in a tough financial market," said Chuck Wilson, executive director of NSCA. "Both commercial and residential professionals will benefit from the training provided by participating manufacturers. And everyone will have a chance to preview their latest and greatest new products."
"Our DTE program is designed to help commercial and residential resellers plan for the future by teaching them how to increase and diversify their businesses now," said Sam Taylor, president of Electrograph Systems. "The DTE D.C. event will have our strongest focus yet on the booming digital signage market, with new information on how to sell its tangible benefits, along with training on Samsung's MagicInfo digital signage solutions. Attendees can also become certified to sell and install Philips WOWvx displays for 3D applications like gaming, and participate in an all-new course about best practices for the installation of 'super-large' format displays."
Topics and speakers also include:
- "What Will You Be Doing in 2011?" with Gary Kayye of Gary Kayye's rAVe and Home Edition e-newsletters
- "IP Networking 201: What Every Integrator Needs to Know" with Richard Reynolds of Pikes Community College
- "Solving Ground Loop Problems" with Bill Whitlock of Jensen Transformer
- "Digital Signage: The Future Is Now" and "Selling Value in Digital Signage" with Alan Brawn of Brawn Consulting
For more information, visit Electrograph DTE.