As an official sponsor of LAVNCH Week, Barco is inviting individuals to join them online next Monday for the free virtual event, which is hosted by the rAVe Agency and ZOOM.

The event gives users an opportunity to earn CTS-RU credits, hear about the latest technology, watch manufacturers introduce exclusive new products, join interactive discussion panels, network with industry experts, and more.

Each day will cover something different with multiple speakers and keynotes going in-depth on important subjects. All five days will feature incredible insights and opportunities. Barco is sponsoring the event Monday and Wednesday.

Monday, April 27th Pro-AV Day

To kick things off, the CEO of AVIXA and keynote speaker, Dave Labuskes, will discuss “Doing #AVgood.” He will be followed by Kindra Hall, the President & Chief of Storytelling Officer at Steller Collective, where she will speak to why “Good AV is Good Storytelling.” Plus, Barco will also be hosting a virtual, fireside chat and reveal the keys to impactful visualization.

Tuesday, April 28th Digital Signage Day

The Digital Signage Day keynote speaker will be Mark Boidman, managing director, head of media & tech services, for PJ SOLOMON. In this keynote, Boidman will analyze the status and trends of the digital and media industries — including current challenges and potential opportunities post-crisis and for the future.

Wednesday, April 29th UCC Day

The third day of LAVNCH Week will open with keynote speaker and ZOOM CEO, Eric Yuan who will address “The Future of Collaboration.” This will be followed immediately by Barco’s presentation of “Unleashing the power of BYOM.” Register to find out what BYOM is next week!

Thursday, April 30th HOW Day

HOW Day will appeal to both integrators and the plethora of volunteers who run church AV systems. The keynote speaker is digital sales and marketing consultant Anthony Coppedge, and his session will be followed by Chief Streaming Officer Paul Richards.

Friday, May 1st End User Day

This will be the first end-user-only AV event. Designed exclusively for higher-ed, corporate and enterprise AV specifiers and buyers in partnership with HETMA (Higher Education Technology Managers Alliance), End User Day will be keynoted by HETMA Chairman Joe Way, Ph.D., of the University of Southern California. End User Day will focus exclusively on issues that users of AV, UCC and digital-signage systems face and discuss how to overcome them. It’ll cover what new AV gear is likely to appeal to them and what technology trends and shifts they need to be aware of.