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Episode 1A: The #NonCommEMEA Conversation Continues, Getting a Job in AV, and The Great AVtopia Debate

Hosts Kym FrankCorey MossSpence Graham and Maura Quinn and their guests:

Joe Way, PhD – Director of Multimedia Services at California Baptist University

Harry Meade – Design Engineer at Diversified

Jennifer Gertz – Business Development at Logz.io (intelligent and scalable machine data analytics platform)

All continue the conversation (which began with Art Danner on The AV Life Episode 123) about the greatest trade show everyone who is anyone will be attending in March – #NonCommEMEA – with Harry, who tells why all must consider being there. Sure, that guy Giancarlo is a bit challenged, but as long as you have the luxury package it’s a great chance that you’ll actually be catered to – and hopefully not with an Impossible Burger (Spence wants meat!). Joe talks about being a high end luxury package member of the event, check out his conversation and make sure you get in before they’re all sold out!

Next, Maura takes over the discussion talking about getting a job in the AV industry, as she works with Tier PM the well known AV and IT recruiter. All talk about it, mentioning certifications and more, as well as the initiative built in alliance with Women in AV – you can check out that discussion as well on The AV Life Episode 123.

And there’s more about #NonComm – thank Giancarlo for helping to keep this conversation on track (which is just totally rare for him to keep anything on track).

Finally, it’s time for…

The Great AVtopia Debate!

The article in question:


Scientists Have Grown Primate Brains-in-a-Dish on an Unprecedented Scale (Science alert)

Sides are chosen (naturally) and the debate begins. It’s all pretty even until it gets to the final two people – the heads of each team, and just wait till you hear one of them go on a total rant. But did this person win it for their team?

These answers, and so many more make this one worth the listen – thank you for joining us on this historic (as Jeff said) launch episode, strap in and ride along on…

The Road to AVtopia.