Futuresource Consulting is pleased to announce that David Roberton, Vice President of International Marketing at Turtle Beach, is set to join the stellar roster of industry heavy weights from the colliding worlds of professional and consumer audio, at its 5th Annual Audio Collaborative event, taking place at the Ham Yard Hotel in London on November 8th, 2018.
The internationally renowned gaming headset and soundcard manufacturer Turtle Beach provides immersive, premium audio, interactive and collaborative experiences to the ‘Battle Royale’ gamer community. At the event, he will join Futuresource Analysts and other respected industry leaders and top representatives from Amazon, Microsoft, IBM and Warner Music among many others.
The Audio Collaborative conference continues to provide the opportunity for businesses across the entire spectrum of audio to meet, network and share ideas around the converging world of professional and consumer audio.
Armin Prommersberger, Harman’s Senior Vice President a previous attendee commented, “It’s a very exciting day, very open how everyone shares information.” A feeling that was reiterated further by Devialet’s General Manager, Victor d’Allancé who stated, “The panels were very impressive, as were the guests. We met many people we wanted to meet.” This year’s agenda promises to stimulate its 2018 delegation, as it continues to address new topical, and disruptive trends. One session opens with the statement ‘Voice Pervades the Smart Home’ and will discuss control in the modern digital voice assisted home. Another opening session statement is ‘Kids Tech – Untapped Potential’, which will examine the way children interact with today’s technology. The agenda then shifts into more audio-focussed presentations and panels, centred around the live music industry, and the music market as a whole. Audio Collaborative 2018 undoubtably has a wide range of exciting topics to interest anyone in the sector.
Futuresource is proud that previous Audio Collaborative events have been lauded across the globe with companies such as Google and Amazon making sure they put aside the time in their calendar to attend, praising the diversity of the audience.
Furthermore, the conference takes place in the luxurious Ham Yard Hotel, in bustling Soho. The setting is perfect for social engagement and networking, with its award-winning interiors encircling a tree-filled garden that eschew the grey monotony of standard conference halls, inviting creative thinking rather than boring detachment.
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