Know someone who has a penchant for travel? Whether it's for work, play, or a combination of both, any of these items would be welcome gifts under the tree this year.
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If you sat down and tallied up all of the monthly services, software, apps, and other tech subscriptions you have, what would the total be? A couple hundred bucks? More? Less. Have you ever really taken a look at what you're spending on tech that you don't actually own?
You probably recognize the name Saxe Brickenden. He has a charming personality and infectious smile to match his statuesque 6'2'' frame. And he's been a figure in the audio industry for more than 40 years.
The first-ever Toronto Audiofest, held by the organizers of the popular Montreal Audio Fest, was a roaring success, bringing together retailers, manufacturers, and distributors of hifi products with audiophiles and audio enthusiasts from all walks of life.
Speakers, televisions, and other AV gear dominate this year's CEDIA trade show, which wraps up today in San Diego. But among the many demo rooms and mesmerizing images displayed on displays and projection screens are some other interesting products for integrators.
At an under-wraps press event at its head office in Boston last week, Sonos made three major announcements aimed predominantly at its installer partners: a new Amp to replace the Connect Amp, a partnership with Sonance for architectural speakers, and an open developer platform and new APIs.
TAVES, formerly known as the Toronto Audio Video Entertainment Show, was scheduled to take place this October. But WiFi HiFi has learned that the event has officially been cancelled.
For the fifth year running, Staub Electronics held its annual Charity Golf Invitational, in support of Athletics or Kids (A4K), an organization that helps financially disadvantaged youth in B.C. participate in organized sports.
In a letter to its members, Jeremy Rabe, President & CEO of Aeroplan, has confirmed that the travel loyalty rewards program has entered into an agreement in principle with the Consortium, comprised of Air Canada, TD, CIBC and Visa, for the acquisition of the Aeroplan program.
Just in time for the back-to-school season, House of Marley has opened a pop-up shop in Vaughan Mills, a large shopping centre in Vaughan, ON, about 40 minutes outside of downtown Toronto.
"If you're not doing it, you might as well close up shop." That's the consistent sentiment about participating in social media that was expressed by every industry member with whom I spoke - from manufacturers big and small, to a local independent dealer, and business-to-business (B2B) companies.