Editors from sister publications SSI, Commercial Integrator and CEPro discuss positives, negatives and how business will be conducted in a post COVID-19 world.

Jessie Steinberg of Total Tech Summit sits down with SSI’s Scott Goldfine, Jonathan Blackwood of Commercial Integrator and Jason Knott of CE Pro.

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Collectively the integration communities representing the security, commercial A/V and consumer electronics industries have been deeply impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, along with their end customers.

To gauge the disruption, Jessie Steinberg of Total Tech Summit recently visited with editors from Security Sales & Integration, Commercial Integrator and CEPro to talk about COVID-19 and its effects on these unique ecosystems.

The group delves into the positives, the negatives as well as how business will be conducted on the other side when the new normal takes shape.

The 2020 Total Tech Summit is scheduled to be held Nov. 9-11 in Cleveland, home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, at the Huntington Convention Center. Each year, the invitation-only event hosts more than 300 business leaders from the nation’s largest and most progressive integration companies, where they work on growing and improving their already outstanding companies. Along with general sessions, three separate components comprise the event: SSI Summit, Commercial Integrator Summit and CE Pro Summit.

Guests come to share best practices, explore product and market trends and connect in high-quality ways with sponsors. They leave with practical ideas on how to grow and improve their companies and the peer and vendor advisor networks they need to help them do so.

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For more information about the Total Tech Summit or to apply to attend one of the individual events, visit totaltechsummit.com.





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