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Adamson Hosts Global Network Conference

More than 120 members gathered at Adamson HQ to discover what’s next from the loudspeaker manufacturer.

Port Perry, Ontario, Canada (November 5, 2018)–In late September, Adamson Systems Engineering brought more than 120 members of its Global Network together at its company HQ in Canada for its Adamson Conference, presenting two days of pro audio product previews, training and more. James Oliver, Adamson’s director of Sales and Marketing, noted, “The event was over a year in the making and we couldn’t be happier with how it all came together.”

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At the Flato Markham Theatre in Markham, ON, guests heard presentations and demonstrations about Adamson’s approach to product development, new technologies, and sales and marketing strategies. Among the new offerings on the horizon are expansions to the tour-grade S-Series and install-focused IS-Series, though guests were also given a sneak preview of new technologies to be formally announced in 2019.

“As we continue to grow as a market leader, the ability to address changing market demands is crucial,” says Brian Fraser, Product Manager. “To this end, we are adding several new products to both the S-Series and IS-Series product families. To further the excitement, we also gave our network a look at new technology we are about to debut. These new developments cement and advance Adamson’s standing as a technology leader in the professional audio market and I can’t wait until we are able to share them with the rest of the world in 2019.”

The second day saw the group convene at the company’s headquarters for a factory tour, breakout group meetings and a look at the new Adamson Education Centre, to be used for education and training for Adamson partners and end-users.

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Closing out the Conference, Adamson hosted the third annual Winding Roads Country Festival on the grounds of its headquarters. The sold-out event united the Adamson Global Network with members of the local community that have long supported the company’s operations. Performances were heard from Canadian Country Music Award-winner Madeline Merlo alongside local acts Ben Hudson and Brad James, with all proceeds going to support the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of North Durham.

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