Our little big trip across the US
Our little big business trip across the US started togetehr with our US partner Speech2Data in sunny California where we visited Mackenzie Laboratories, Inc. We had a great meeting where we explored the possibilities of cooperation between our companies and even with AudioPressBox’s mother company MediaTech Central Europe.
Our next stop in California was Sound Image. We discussed the possibilities how AudioPressBox can be of assistance to both their integration and rental & staging divisions.
We then moved to Alabama to a meeting with Auburn AV and it was another great meeting. After talking to their team we discovered the new options and possibilities of use of our units. They have also compared their ‘‘ancient‘‘ mult box together with our latest one and based on the pictures, I believe you all can assume which one was more successful
Next state for us was Georgia and its capital Atlanta. First we went to ON Services. After a fruitful conversation and discussion about their possibilities with our devices in their projects we also discussed the market possibilities as well.
Peachstate Audio in Atlanta was the next stop. We have discussed the possibilities of distribution and a further reach to the market and system integrators that he works with.
The final stop in Atlanta was in AEE Productions where we talked about standardizing AudioPressBox as their line of mult boxes and possible other applications to the market which they serve.
Next and final visit was Full Compass Systems in state Wisconsin. We had a great talk about the marketing activities and overall approach to the mult box market. We agreed to cooperate more on the marketing level so that its easier to spread the meesage in US about the availability of AudioPressBox devices which Full Compas also keeps in stock.
Our ast stop before flying back to Europe was at the HQ of our US partners Speech2Data. In Chicago we had a great dinner - the local deep dish Pizza 😊
A big special thanks is to our US rep company Vision2 Marketing who managed to organize most of the meetings.
Once again, big thanks to all of the poeple that we have met during my trip and to all of the people that have helped to make it happen.