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CEDIA survey aims to gauge COVID-19 business impacts

The survey covers topics including project bidding, ongoing jobs, impact on current operations, and near-term outlook

CEDIA is calling on professionals in the residential technology integration industry to respond to a new survey concerning the business impacts of the COVID-19 epidemic. The survey, conducted in collaboration with The Farnsworth Group, covers topics including project bidding, ongoing jobs, impact on current operations, and near-term outlook. The survey is seeking participation from integrators in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada.

“Integrators are navigating uncharted territory and the responses from this survey will help us craft the most effective service and response possible for our members and the industry,” said CEDIA Vice President of Marketing and Industry Relations Cris Pyle.

“We know the global pandemic has created a new normal and CEDIA is working nonstop to rise up and meet the challenges at hand. It’s critical to receive as much direct feedback from key stakeholders as we can, and this survey gives integrators a focused voice to aid our efforts,” she added.

The deadline to take the survey is April 30, 2020.

CEDIA continues to provide a powerful portfolio of guidance, services, and free education opportunities to support the industry and the hard-working integrators who service and install technology and key tech infrastructure in the home. Through our #CEDIASTRONG campaign, CEDIA is standing side-by-side with the industry at large and our nearly 40,000 members throughout the world.

The survey is now open for integrators to detail how COVID-19 has impacted their business and it can be accessed here.

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