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Audio Collaborative 2020
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Futuresource Consulting hosted their well renowned Audio Collaborative event virtually experience for the first time in six years. With health and safety being of prime importance during the coronavirus outbreak, Futuresource ensured all co-workers, exhibitors, thought leaders and attendees feel at ease to best experience and deliver the range of fascinating topics lined up.
Taking place over the 4th and 5th November, Audio Collaborative 2020 continued to be an event to share industry insights, engage with global brands and define the future of the audio industry within the ‘new normal’. Thought-provoking panels and presentations were designed to ensure audio brands emerge from the crisis as stronger, better positioned, more valuable businesses.
What was delivered as part of the virtual seat:
Keynotes and panel discussions – Wherever you are in the world, you could engage with a storm of fascinating talks and panels presented by the Futuresource analyst teams and world-class industry-leaders; they revealed the latest insights and developments set to impact the future of audio.
Product showcase – You had the opportunity to explore what the mix of brand partners’ had to offer through a range of personalised pages with product information and video demonstrations throughout the course of the two days.
Live Q&A’s and Networking – The opportunity to engage with other brands, thought leaders and business connections you care about with live interactions, Q&A discussions and networking opportunities throughout the event.
To find out what you can expect from the range of on demand content available, view our recent articles highlighting a portion of the many fascinating discussions that took place, starting with our radio panel and ‘share of ear’ discussion.
Here at Futuresource Consulting we deliver specialist research and consulting services, providing market forecasts and intelligence reports. Since the 1980s we have supported a range of industry sectors, which has grown to include: CE, Broadcast, Entertainment Content, EdTech and many more.