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The CEDIA quarterly newsletter, CEDIA Communicates, aims to bring you the latest industry news and updates on the association's activities and initiatives. 

Check out the digital version of the latest edition:



COVER STORY: Expo Overview 


Part 1: Education

"To be successful moving forward, you have to switch your mindset to be a lifelong learner.”




Expo Overview Part 2: Design/Build Connections

How Expo is reaching out to other trades




Expo Overview Part 3: Floor Features

A look at some of the happenings and special features slated for the Expo floor in San Diego.






Expo Keynote Preview: Beyond Content

A preview of the CEDIA Expo Keynote with speaker John Penney, Executive Vice President of Consumer Business Development and Strategic Partnerships for 20th Century Fox.



 
The Value of Education


Richard Colman, Company Director at Luxe Smart Homes, discusses how attending industry training allowed him to set up a successful installation company and why all integrators should maintain standards by regularly signing up for education courses.






There's a LOT to see and do. This guide — originally published last year — is a great starting point for those new to SoCal.




What if we graded home theaters like fine wine? John Bishop previews the high-end home cinema class he'll teach at Expo 2018.




Small business HR expert Courtney Berg is teaching two classes at Expo. Here's a look.






As always, you can get CEDIA Certified during Expo. Here's everything you need to know.




Our panel of pros weighs in on making the most at busy trade shows.




A conversation with one of the brains behind "The Thinking Remote."






Check out this award-winning "designer home fit for 007."




How the team you hire creates the culture of your firm.



Challenge and Solution: Programming Complex Automation Solution — With Minimum Hassle

Challenge: Deploying and configuring a whole home automation solution at speed

Solution: Removal of complex, time-consuming programming




“The toughest part of a job? Sometimes it’s the last 5%.” – Anon.


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