Darren Reaman

A conversation with CEDIA Director of Government Affairs Darren Reaman about bills that could be harmful to your  business—and what CEDIA is doing about them.

Consumer and professional electronics manufacturers representatives and manufacturers, numbering around 70, gathered in Scottsdale last week to implement strategic planning for business growth in 2015 and beyond, at the annual conference of the Independent Professional Representative Organization (IPRO.) 

Consumer and professional electronics manufacturers representatives and manufacturers, numbering around 70, gathered in Scottsdale last week to implement strategic planning for business growth in 2015 and beyond, at the annual conference of the Independent Professional Representative Organization (IPRO.) 

“Remaining in a Changing Business Environment is the apt theme at this year's conference of IPRO (Independent Professional Representative Organization.)

State and local regulation of low-voltage contractors is on the rise as the custom industry expands. By Janet Pinkerton There's nothing sexy about low-voltage licensing or certification—until, that is, someone tells you your state or local government is going to put you out of operation because you're not properly licensed to do low-voltage A/V installation. So notes Mitchell Klein, co-founder of management consultant firm StayTuned. Klein chairs the Government Affairs & Public Policy Action Team at the Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA). CEDIA, along with other organizations like the Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association (SBCA) and the

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