Stampede embarks on Big Book of AV tour
Wednesday, 11 September 2019
big-bookThe Fall 2019 Stampede Big Book of AV tour runs through to December
USA - Distributor Stampede is hosting eight Big Book of AV Tour & Conference Series stops in the United States and Canada, one US national sales meeting, and three summits for its United States, Canadian and Latin American vendor partners.
The Fall 2019 Stampede Big Book of AV Tour & Conference Series will make stops in San Diego, California, 19 September; Montreal, 17 October; Chicago, 24 October; Toronto, 13 November; Houston, 21 November; Miami, 5 December and Vancouver,11 December. Complete details on the fall tour can be found at www.bigbookofavtour.com.
The United States Vendor Summit will take place on 7-8 October at the Buffalo Niagara Convention Centre in New York, following on the heels of its United States national sales meeting on 5-6 October. The Canadian Vendor Summit will take place on 12 November at the Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport, and the Latin American Vendor Summit will be held in Miami on 5 December at the Intercontinental at Doral Miami.
“The future has never looked more promising or more profitable than it does today, as the market need grows for complex and integrated solutions that deliver compelling customer experiences that are unique to every vertical market,” comments Stampede president and CEO, Kevin Kelly.
“The growing demand for solutions that generate better customer experiences and business outcomes is creating a new era of opportunity for us to move upstream and away from the mainstream of lower end, commoditized single product solutions. When it comes to profiting in today’s 21st century commercial AV market, complexity adds value, preserves margins, and creates the opportunity to sell more of both traditional and new product categories.”
Showcasing “examples of integrated systems that deliver better customer experiences and business outcomes in specific vertical markets is the main goal of the Fall Big Book of AV Tour & Conference Series”. Eight stops will showcase specific bundled solutions for individual vertical markets and a focused effort will be made on educating resellers on how to best profit from creating better customer experiences. “In effect, we will take our Solutions Showdowns on the road to eight markets across the United States and Canada,” explains Kelly.
“This is our model for the future. We’re going to leverage the trade show programs we create for CES, ISE and InfoComm in smaller events throughout North America that enable us to take our value-added message to thousands more resellers.”
(Jim Evans)

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