NASHVILLE- At the HTSA spring conference here on Wednesday, we had a chance to sit down with HTSA Managing Director Bob Hana. The interview came the day after the buying group announced a new alliance with Nationwide Marketing Group. In the interview we discussed the Nationwide deal, dealers reactions to it, and the overwhelming sense of optimism throughout the group.
HTSA held its opening dinner at a genuine Nashville honky tonk, the Wildhorse Saloon, on Tuesday night. Here are some highlights (photos and captions by Stephen Silver)
NASHVILLE- What does the newly announced strategic alliance between HTSA and Nationwide Marketing Group mean for members of the two groups and the industry at large?
NASHVILLE- In a major bit of news on the opening afternoon of HTSA's spring conference here, Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) managing director Bob Hana announced that the buying group has formed a "game-changing strategic alliance" with Nationwide Marketing Group.
NASHVILLE- At its spring conference that began on Tuesday, HTSA formally welcomed a pair of new retail members: Hoyt Stereo of Jacksonville, Fla. and ResCom Integration of Grand Rapids, Mich.
IDAL launched in the U.S. late last year as a higher-end rival to established streaming services like Spotify. Now, it’s been purchased by rap icon and entrepreneur Jay-Z, who’s cut in a virtual who’s-who of the pop music elite- Rihanna, Beyonce, Madonna and Daft Punk- as co-owners.
Buying group Azione Unlimited kicked off its spring meeting on March 17 with a day of sessions geared toward promoting business growth for its dealer members.
The conference, called the “Spring Soiree,” held at the Sheraton Downtown in Nashville, Tenn., began with an update on the group's recent growth from President/Founder Richard Glikes, who announced Azione has expanded its ranks and currently has 110 dealer members and 39 vendor members.
Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA) announced that it will host its first-ever 2015 HTSA Technology Forum in June in Chicago.