Interview Guest: Victoria Ferrari
Release Date: September 1, 2015
Running Time: 1:03:06
If you’re a regular listener to the show you’ll know a recurring mission of ours is to go beyond the AV headlines, focusing on the people that make it all possible. In homage to these talented and driven individuals, whose efforts make our industry a continued success, we are kicking off a new series called the “Career Spotlight”. The first in our series, this episode features Victoria Ferrari, a long time industry veteran, fellow #AVTweep, and friend of the show.
Victoria’s story stands as a perfect example of the possibilities our industry presents to anyone willing to apply themselves, and to never stop learning. We enjoyed chatting with Victoria about her journey through the industry. With a unique combination of experience on both the integrator and manufacturer sides of the business, she offers some great perspectives on what it takes to find success in the world of professional systems integration.
We hope you enjoy this episode. If you, or anyone you know, are interested in joining us for a future edition of the Career Spotlight connect with us on Twitter and let us know! We would love to hear from you.
In the interest of accuracy we have a minor point of correction regarding the relationship of Pointmaker to the company Boeckler. Although Boeckler was at one time the parent company of the product, Pointmaker has in fact recently spun-off to become its own company. More information on that can be found here. Thank you to our guest Victoria for reaching back out to us after publication with that correction.
- Victoria Ferrari on LinkedIn
- SynergyCT’s Website
- Victoria’s AV Adventures Blog
- 40 CI Influencers Under 40: Class of 2015
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