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The Road To CEDIA Expo 2022 With AV Yoga

CEDIA Expo 2022 is coming to Dallas from September 29 to October 1. To get ready for the show, AVNation is talking to exhibitors and experts on the residential side of the AV industry about the latest innovations on the show floor. Although today, we aren’t looking at groundbreaking technology, but rather a novel use of these solutions.

Today we sit down with Owner of KMB Communications Katye McGregor-Bennett to discuss the AV Yoga event that will be happening in person at Ballroom C1 on Friday during the show. We discuss how this yoga group started in the midst of the pandemic and grew to become a community of its own, and the value of stretching and de-stressing with fellow AV peers.

This event is being sponsored by CEDIA, Leon Speakers, Integration Controls, NuTech Group, Apex Technologies, PureTech Alliance and D-Tools. More information on how to sign up and participate can be found on the Eventbrite page here.

All of our coverage of CEDIA Expo 2022 can be found here.

AVNation is a news outlet made by and for audiovisual professionals. Every one of our panelists, writers, producers and hosts have worn a hat or several within the AV industry. It’s this unique experience that gives us a fresh look at the industry as a whole and allows us to engage with end users, technology managers, IT managers and AV integrators in a meaningful way. Everything that AVNation does in events like CEDIA Expo and Integrated Systems Europe are in part made possible by our supporters and underwriters who provide financial support for AVNation. If you have questions about the shows or have a unique experience to offer please contact AVNation by clicking here. We are always looking for different viewpoints within the AV industry.



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