ISE’s Special Interest Group programmes are designed to bring attendees from specific key vertical market sectors to ISE. Each of them involves helping end-user technology buyers to meet technology vendors and solution partners.
Special Interest Group visits are the result of formal agreements between ISE and a variety of associations, media partners, companies and consultants. These partners invite senior executives to visit the show and to participate in an organised ‘ISE experience’. These programmes are tailored to meet the information needs of the visiting executives with planned stand visits, presentations, networking events and dinners.
The Special Interest Groups at ISE 2022 are organised by:
The Special Interest Group initiative broadens the show’s attendee base, helps important groups of technology buyers to make more informed purchasing decisions, and drives sales for ISE exhibitors.
ACCIÓ is the Catalonian Government Agency for Business Competitiveness. Through its innovation and internationalisation programmes, it provides services to 24,000 companies a year.
AV-Solution SYMPOSIUM – one of ISE’s longest running programmes – is organised in cooperation with Andreas Promny and Claus Lohse from AV-Solution Partner. The two-day, annual event provides a platform for those interested in media technologies who are from German speaking countries. The programme is aimed at architects, interior designers, facility managers, AV/IT decision makers in public and non-public organisations, as well as building owners.
AV-Solution Partner is the biggest audiovisual media technology network with 16 member companies located at 30 locations in the German speaking countries. It offers integrated solutions for all fields of application of audiovisual media technologies; from comprehensive professional consulting, conceptualisation and planning of sophisticated projects, through to implementation, service, maintenance, and support.
The AV User Group is a community of over 650 members comprised of AV and end user professionals who benefit from each other’s extensive knowledge and experiences. These include professionals responsible for video, audio, data conferencing, video streaming, broadcasts, signage, presentations and the use of collaborative technologies. Members meet at quarterly AV User Group Forums. It is a non-profit organisation financed by supplier sponsorship. All funds are used to deliver AV User Group events and evening networking sessions.