CEDIA Adds Canadian Liaison

September 17, 2008
Indianapolis, IN -- To further CEDIAs commitment to greater customer service, the association has hired Laura Moorhouse, of Canadian Custom Electronic Management Service, to serve as a Canadian liaison to enhance communication, frequency of education events, and value of member benefits for Canadian members.

Moorhouse will be the main point of contact for Canadian members and work closely with CEDIA Headquarters on all initiatives including developing and implementing education events, coordinating membership services and benefits, participating in industry outreach events and maintaining partnerships, as well as marketing within the Canadian market. 

Having Laura as a direct link to Canadian members will help us deliver more education events and member benefits tailored to Canadian members," said Don Gilpin, CEDIA chief operating officer. Canadian members now have a dedicated, local person to go to for all of their CEDIA needs.

Moorhouse is former owner of Moorhouse Cabling & Custom Installation Inc. and has more than 10 years of experience in the custom installation industry. She has a B.A. from Dalhousie University and a business diploma from the Toronto school of business. Additionally, Moorhouse has been involved with CEDIA for many years as a volunteer, contributing to the Canadian Action Team as well as serving as the CEDIA Canada regional chair.

Canadian members may reach Moorhouse at ccems@moorhousehome.ca or 866.962.3342.

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