Connection Magazines, the publisher of Connected Home+Business magazine, has today announced that it has entered an agreement with InfoComm International to work as an official publication partner for the organisation in the Oceania region.
“Having worked closely with InfoComm for the past few years, officially signing on as publication partner for the Oceania region is the vital next step for our magazine as it continues to spread its reach in the commercial integration market,” 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 market.
“In addition to our independent approach to editorial, we understand that working with leading industry associations like InfoComm has been key to our success. Together, we believe we can help to build this market in a positive way, highlighting the efforts of the remarkable members of this industry,” Jeremy said.
“Formalising our relationship is true validation that we are on the right path and we look forward to working with InfoComm 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 for the past three years has produced the official Integrate Expo show guide.
The Integrate Expo is co-sponsored by InfoComm and CEDIA.
“Connected magazine has been growing its support of InfoComm and its presence in the commercial AV space for some time now. We’re happy to take the next step and formalise our relationship with Connected as one of our Publication Partners for the Oceania Region,” said Jonathan Seller, InfoComm Senior Director of Development, Asia Pacific.
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