Connection Magazines, the publisher of Connected Home+Business magazine, has today announced that it has entered an agreement with the Association for Audiovisual & Education Technology Management (AETM), to work as an official publication partner for the association.
“Over the past few years, we have been rapidly broadening our reach into the education technology market. The opportunity to partner with the industry association that represents the interests of that sector is indeed exciting,” said Connection Magazines general manager Jeremy Sweet.
Starting life as Connected Home Solutions in 2004, Connected Home+Business has quickly become the leading resource for integrators across the board; first in the residential space and now increasingly in the commercial and education markets.
“Working with a group like the AETM further cements our position as the ‘industry’s voice’ – an achievement that wouldn’t be possible without relationships with the leading authorities in the market,” Jeremy said.
“Together, Connected Home+Business and the AETM can help to build this market in a positive way by highlighting the efforts of the remarkable members of this industry.
“Formalising our relationship is true validation that we are on the right path and we look forward to working with the AETM for a very long time ahead.”
Connected Home+Business is already the official trade media partner for the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA) and a publication partner for InfoComm International in the Asia Pacific region.
“The team at Connected Home+Business has clearly demonstrated a passion for helping to build the education technology sector by providing independent technical content that has been, and will continue to be, beneficial to our members,” said AETM president Scott Doyle.
“The AETM was established in 2001 to provide a forum for directors, managers and other professionals who work in organisations using AV or educational technology. Partnering with Connected Home+Business offers a great vehicle to further promote our message to the market.”