In today’s world of highly distributed operations, businesses increasingly rely on inter-connective technology to engage and manage dispersed professionals. Staying in touch with employees across geographical boundaries has never been easier, and advances in conferencing, signal management, and streaming has led to a surge in the audiovisual industry. Forecasts predict that the audiovisual technology industry will increase in revenue by over $20 billion from 2014 to $114 billion this year.
According to InfoComm International, complex audiovisual systems have now become essential to the operation of government, institutions and corporations, which has resulted in the growing need for equipment, as well as installation, integration, and managed services contracts. Field Nation is currently addressing the demand for skilled technical expertise and will be attending the 2016 InfoComm tradeshow this June 4-10 in Las Vegas, NV.
Field Nation will be available at Booth N1675d in the Career Fair section from 9am – 5pm Wednesday, June 8 and Thursday, June 9, as well as 9am – 4pm Friday, June 10. Business attendees are invited to stop by the booth and discuss how they can find the right talent to execute their audiovisual projects, while independent technicians are encouraged to learn how they can find AV work and expand their technical skills through Field Nation’s partnership with InfoComm.