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ISCE announces dates for ISCEx2017

ISCE announces dates for ISCEx2017
ISCE announces dates for ISCEx2017

UK – After the great success of ISCEx2016, the Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers will return to the picturesque location of Coombe Abbey on 7th and 8th March, 2017 for ISCEx2017.

The Institute certainly raised the bar at ISCEx2016 once again. “It was unquestionably our most successful exhibition yet,” said Ros Wigmore, manager secretariat at the ISCE. “Of our 28 exhibitors, four were first timers – Leisuretec Distribution, Monacor (UK) Ltd, NEXO SA and Yamaha Commercial Audio. And away from the exhibition, I am delighted to say that all the seminars were packed throughout.”

Monacor (UK)’s UK field sales manager, Leighton Castle, said: “The event provided us with a great opportunity to network with industry peers and to reach out to those who may not have been overly familiar with the Monacor brand and service. We very much look forward to ISCEx2017, and to many years exhibiting that follow.”

This year’s event also proved popular with visitors. Hanieh Motamedian, of Sound Directions, said: “It was a pleasure to spend the day at ISCEx with such an experienced and knowledgeable crowd; it was good to see a variety of exhibitors, ranging from manufacturers to distributors and installers. The quality of the visitors was high and it’s a great time to be able to share ideas with like-minded professionals.”

Another visitor, David Howe of Audomation Software, was equally positive. “The seminar programme, presented by three industry veterans, challenged our perceptions on topics ranging from amplifier efficiency to a case study that was an audio first at a London Underground station. They finished off what was unquestionably one of the best audio conferences I have attended with an in-depth look at the future of networked digital audio.”

It is from this encouraging platform that Ros Wigmore hopes the momentum will continue to build. “Word is really starting to get around that the Institute, and ISCEx, is for all sound engineering professionals, whether as a genuine commercial business forum or dissemination of knowledge and experience by the keynote speakers. It is a networking show in the true sense of the term.”

Meanwhile, recorded content of this year’s seminar programme will be made available in due course on the ISCE website.

http://www.isce.org.uk/

26th April 2016

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