CEDIA Expo 2009
Miami - Niles will focus on education at the CEDIA Expo in Atlanta, where it will sponsor a business seminar by economist Alan Beaulieu and two town hall meetings with company president Frank Sterns.
The company will also host training seminars on designing, installing and programming Niles ZR-6 MultiZone and IntelliControl ICS systems.
For the economics-oriented Business Dynamics Seminar, economist Beaulieu will deliver short- and long-term economic forecasts and outline their impact the custom-installation market. Attending dealers will also be able to participate in a Q&A session designed to help them position their companies for the future, Niles said. His seminar is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 10, from 9-11 a.m. at the Omni Hotel in Atlanta.
Beaulieu is an economist, principal and executive VP with Institute for Trend Research since 1990. He has conducted workshops and economic analysis seminars to business owners and executives for 19 years.
At the Town Hall Meetings, Sterns will host an open forum and will outline Niles' vision and mission statement, market and product trends, and business challenges and opportunities. Dealers will be able to ask questions and provide feedback on specific issues. The two town hall meetings will be held at the Hyatt Hotel. The first is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 10, from 4-6 p.m. The second will be on Saturday, Sept. 12, from 4-6 p.m.
Said Sterns of the education offerings, "In addition to offering a complete and up-to-date product assortment, we are dedicated to providing our dealers with insight and training to help them successfully manage and grow their businesses."
In product training, the company will hold three training seminars on the ZR-6 MultiZone and IntelliControl ICS systems. Topics covered include entry-level and advanced programming courses for IntelliControl ICS system.
Attendees will be able to register for the Niles events at booth 1761 as well as online at www.nilesaudio.com/cedia09.php.
<strong>CEDIA Expo 2009</strong> Miami - Niles will focus on education at the CEDIA Expo in Atlanta, where it will sponsor a business seminar by economist Alan Beaulieu and two town hall meetings with company president Frank Sterns.