Congratulations to Kelly Whitfield, Manager of Business Development for Avitecture, Inc., for being awarded the IFMA Capital Chapter Award of Excellence as “Associate Member of the Year 2018”
Avitecture, Inc., a leading audiovisual systems designer and integrator with nearly 40 years of experience, today announced completion of innovative audiovisual solutions at The Wharf, the largest waterfront development in the nation and the first major redevelopment in Washington, DC’s southwest quadrant in more than 50 years.
Spring is here already. It’s hard to believe the first quarter of 2017 is gone and behind us, but we’re excited by forthcoming opportunities to empower colleges and universities, corporations, and small businesses, too, with new audiovisual technology systems that make possible and enhance presentation capabilities and sharing information.
For the sixth year in a row, Avitecture, Inc. has been awarded the Virginia Association of State College and University Purchasing Professionals (VASCUPP) contract to provide design and installation services for audiovisual projects for 11 exceptional institutions of higher education in Virginia, including
Avitecture, Inc. is pleased to announce its recent collaboration with Green Flash Brewing Company to furnish and install audiovisual systems for Green Flash’s new location and retail store. The San Diego-based purveyors of craft beer sought a partner to provide and service audiovisual programs and equipment emulating its California locations.
Teleconferencing is a great method of communication that has gained some speed in recent years. Not only is it a great communication tool, it is a fantastic way to bring employees together from multiple different locations. Here are some advantages of implementing video or audio conferencing into your business.
It happens all the time. All these folks are suggesting ideas and approaches and you barely know what the organization does or what the work environment looks like. Don’t be afraid to put the discussion in pause-mode while you get up to speed on the basics. While you try to be as prepared as possible ahead of time, try asking questions such as these: What does your organization do? How many rooms do you have needing my services? What sort of person uses your rooms? You can’t get into the weeds until you have surveyed the land.