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About Lee Dodson
I am responsible for Global Industry Engagement for AVIXA, including all membership, councils, sponsorships, and engagement programs. Oversee global sales and account management programs including our global partner accounts. Member of Strategic leadership team with involvement in association operational management and product development to meet Member needs and deliver them profitably. This function engages AVIXA ProAV members across all segments and global regions to maximize Association membership growth, member engagement, and revenue.
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Welcome Justin and Caddrillion AV Engineering! Best wishes for much collaboration :-)
This is great advice Lisa! These tips are becoming an excellent tool for leveraging the wide array of capabilities of the Xchange - and for digital engagement in general.
Great article David! Words of wisdom from a master of the art. I have worked with David for many years in this industry and he has a deep understanding of the solution mind-set and a knack for putting technical info into understandable (and inspiring!) language for new and upwardly mobile buyers.
My advice: Follow David as he posts more here on Xchange, you won't be sorry!
Mimms AND cookies??? Yass!
- Meet Up, Mimosas and Munchies at 11:30 am on Wednesday, June 8, for tech leaders, and Thursday, June 9, for marketers
- Happy Hour on Thursday, June 9, at 4 pm
- Cookies & Coffee on Friday, June 10, at 9:30 am
See Y'all there!
These are really good Lisa!
Xchange Community: I encourage everyone to follow this thread. Lots more tips coming!!
If you find/found something particularly interesting or useful, please share here :-)
These are great opportunities to become more involved in the Association, and, support great causes! Please join, and bring your colleagues.
Well said Pete. Thanks for starting a good thread (some things happily never change).
Very curious to see where this one goes. "Smart Buildings" like many terms that have gone cliché over the years (shutter to invoke "multi-media") mean different things to different folks. The data would indicate tremendous opportunity here. But a key question is where is going for the AV industry? Opportunities thrive around the cross-overs from one industry to another. Are the environments we so artfully create part of the answer?