Almo Puts Last Week’s E4v Classes And Sessions Online, For On Demand Viewing

March 16, 2021 by Dave Haynes

The big Philly-based pro AV distributor Almo had the early spring version of its E4 Evolution (E4v) educational series last week, and has now put all the material online for a month to access on demand.

The E4v Flex Experience is described as a “month-long, on-demand opportunity for integrators, end users and tech managers to access all three days’ worth of the spring E4v content, including the pre-recorded, career-enhancing sessions delivered by the industry’s most respected educators.”

“We received an overwhelming number of requests to extend the viewing period after last week’s E4v to give attendees the opportunity to re-watch the content, catch additional sessions, and share the information with their staff for training and learning purposes,” says Melody Craigmyle, VP Marketing. “With E4v Flex, attendees can now fit the content into their schedules when it’s most convenient and streamline learning about the topics that matter the most to them, all while still having access to the full curated experience delivered by dynamic thought leaders.”

Each E4v session is worth one AVIXA CTS Renewal Unit (RU) and can be broken down for viewing as follows:

Recommended for Technicians and Installers:

 Recommended for Experience Makers, Marketers and Content Creators:

 Recommended for Forward-Thinking Trendsetters and Designers:

There are also subject matter expert interviews by category. I did the ones on digital signage and emerging technologies. “E4v attendees can visit six Solution Centers to earn additional CTS RUs and learn more about the top AV/IT products and verticals of the season. In each, they’ll not only experience the pre-recorded sessions, but can also watch quick interviews with industry experts about the hottest products, services and trends in digital signage, education, emerging technologies, corporate AV, pro audio and UCC – a wealth of information at just the click of a mouse.”

Almo in normal times focuses mainly on live showcases that mix education with access to product demos, but we know why that’s not happening at the moment. I’m a big fan of making video-driven sessions available on demand, as opposed to appointment viewing.

The virtual event pulled more than 2,500 attendees, as opposed to just registrations, last week.

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