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ADI kicks off training series

ADI is launching its latest Expo Training Series and celebrating 15 years of success in 2008.
Free to industry professionals, the ADI Expo offers dealers an opportunity to meet with local associations and manufacturers, increase technical expertise, expand business and remain competitive in the low voltage industry.
The ADI Expo provides dealers with education opportunities, a chance to demo the latest technology and engage in face-to-face interaction with leading manufacturers.

February 29, 2008  By Staff

Based on customer feedback, the 2008 ADI lineup will offer more
training seminars including additional IP networking courses, CEDIA low
voltage educational classes, as well as seminars on business and
project management. In an effort to comply with industry standards, ADI
is incorporating national, local and industry accredited courses.
Dealers will have an opportunity to visit with manufacturers as they
showcase their product lines spanning variety of categories such as
Intrusion, Fire, CCTV, Access Control, A/V, Tools and Hardware, Home
Solutions, Wire and Cable and IP Networking.

With 39 Expos in 2007, ADI and its participating vendors reached more
than 12,000 dealers throughout the year. The 2008 theme, Go Full
Throttle, will visit 40 cities across North America including stops in
Toronto on Mar. 27 and Vancouver April 24.

For more information visit www.adilink.com


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