Agil HuseynovCEO, LED Solutions LLC
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Hi @Agil Huseynov
I would like to share some thoughts about your question. Personally, I am not crazy with Pro AVer. Even though it is simple and easy to pronounce, I believe it speaks better to AV pros and not that much to end users, so I would suggest digging deeper in the problems your company solves for your clients or your main value as a provider and look options related.
I understand the need to reflect better your services and values in your communication but remember that is not only transmitted from your name. Your communication, visual identity, social media, handouts, brochures, sales pitch, etc., are just as important, so after all, I would suggest to thing if the change name is really needed (I believe LED is a better positioned word/idea vs Pro AV), so it might be interesting to analyze if refreshing everything about the brand, without necessarily the name, could get the result you are looking for.
Please share with us what you decide, it will be great to hear about it.
Thank you so much for your thoughtful feedback. I truly appreciate the depth and clarity of your response.
You've made an excellent point about "Pro AVer" potentially resonating more with AV professionals than our target end users. This is something I hadn't fully considered. The emphasis on focusing on the core problems we solve and our unique value proposition as a starting point for our rebrand is insightful.
Your point about the wider aspects of branding, beyond just the name, also resonates with me. We are taking a comprehensive look at our communication, visual identity, and other branding materials to ensure we present a coherent and effective brand image. Your suggestion to perhaps keep the recognizable "LED" and focus on other branding elements is something I'll seriously consider.
Your feedback has provided some fresh perspectives that will be invaluable as we navigate this rebranding journey. I'll definitely keep the community updated on our progress and final decision.
Thank you once again for taking the time to share your insights.
Your decisions on moving forward should be predicated on a full Go to Market Analysis and then the creation of a GTM strategy. I have white papers I have written on this so send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I also do a lot of research on LED displays and have a recent article posted by AVIXA. If you have not seen that let me know and I will send that along as well.
Thank you for your reply. My email is email@example.com
Thank you for your help!
Fascinating! This is literally ahead of the curve
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A round-LED smart tv? This is quite incredible. @Agil Huseynov , where do you see these TV's being utilized? retail? hospitality?
Hi Gibran! Absolutely, the Round Shape LCD Smart TV from Nova Vision is indeed an innovative and eye-catching product. I can see these TVs being utilized across various sectors, including retail, hospitality, and even residential spaces. Their unique design can serve as a focal point, enhancing the visual appeal of any environment while providing a memorable viewing experience. They're perfect for creating a distinct ambiance in hotels, restaurants, boutique stores, or even modern homes looking for a touch of artistic flair.
As a response to your interesting post; was not the Ansi standard retired in 2003? Please correct me if I am wrong.
Thank you for sharing the comment. You are correct that the ANSI/ISO standards for measuring projector brightness were retired in 2003, but ANSI lumens is still widely used as a term to describe projector brightness. ANSI lumens refers to a specific measurement method and standard that was developed by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and has become a commonly accepted industry standard. The term "ANSI lumens" is still widely used by manufacturers and in the industry to describe projector brightness, even though the specific measurement standard has been retired. Thank you for bringing this up, and I hope this helps clarify any confusion.
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