CEDIA Business Xchange Registration Opens for 2017

2017 Event To Focus On Amplifying Business Through Sales And Marketing December 1, 2016
Why This Matters

Business Xchange will take place at the Elian Resort & Spa in San Antonio March 1-3.

 
CEDIA has opened registration for Business Xchange 2017. This year's two-day event will feature peer networking opportunities and expert-led workshops that will hone in on maximizing sales and marketing techniques. Each session is tailored to the specific business needs of companies in the residential tech industry. 

"This event will benefit any member of any size, whether it's one person or someone managing a business of 100," said Giles Sutton, managing director of James & Giles

"This is not your typical business conference; it's about real people, real problems, and real solutions," said Jeff Oakes, director of sales at D-Tools and member of the CEDIA Business Xchange Task Force. “CEDIA Business Xchange is planned so that home technology professionals learn from their peers and those in the trenches every day, and walk away with action plans they can implement right away." 

CEDIA CEO, Vin Bruno added, "Business Xchange is a unique opportunity for business owners to step away from the day-in and day-out of running a business and dig deep into topics that will help them boost their bottom line. Sales and marketing are business functions that can always be re-calibrated and refined to create better ROI and ultimately build revenue."

This year's Business Xchange will take place at the Elian Resort & Spa in San Antonio March 1-3. Attendees can save $100 on their registration costs when they register by January 18. Additional information about Business Xchange can be found at cedia.net/businessxchange.
 

"This is not your typical business conference; it's about real people, real problems, and real solutions.”—Jeff Oakes, director of sales at D-Tools and member of the CEDIA Business Xchange Task Force

 

Want to read more stories like this?
Get our Free Newsletter Here!

Comments

Photo GalleriesMore Galleries >
Leon HQ Tour 2017

Residential Systems' Jeremy Glowacki and Leon Speaker's Noah Kaplan at the end of the tour

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Inside Leon's anechoic chamber

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Leon's hands-on manufacturing process

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Leon's hand-wound crossover

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Unique sculpture is on display throughout Leon. Much of it was created by Leon CEO Noah Kaplan.

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Leon sources its drivers from Israel.

Leon HQ Tour 2017

A warning before entering Leon's engineering department

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Inside Leon's engineering department

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Leon's engineers at work

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Leon's demo room

Leon HQ Tour 2017

A wide shot of Leon's final assembly

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Here's another stage of assembly

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Leon's picturesque headquarters hallway

Leon HQ Tour 2017

More original artwork from Noah Kaplan

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Noah Kaplan demonstrates a miter saw

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Leon's Timbre SEVEN bookshelf speakers

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Leon invested in a machine to shred old boxes into new packing materials

Leon HQ Tour 2017

As part of its Lean Manufacturing, Leon delivers speaker kits to its assemblers in these custom-built cases.

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Wrapping speaker grille cloth

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Putting finishing touch on grille cloth

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Adding the drivers

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Testing a speaker for proper polarity

Leon HQ Tour 2017

The Glowacki family taking a breather in the marketing department

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Noah Kaplan next to a prototype concept in the hallways of his company's headquarters

Leon HQ Tour 2017

Outside Leon's Ann Arbor headquarters