Sean Wargo

Sean Wargo

Sean Wargo is Senior Director of Market Intelligence for AVIXA. He is responsible for helping AVIXA realize its strategic goal to become the authoritative source for market intelligence in the AV industry through data capture, analytics expertise, insight delivery, and world-class market research.  Sean was formerly the Vice President of Research at BDS Marketing, LLC and Director of Industry Analysis at the Consumer Electronics Association.

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New Markets: Seek and You Shall Find

By Sean Wargo

Check any news source today and you’ll be barraged by a consistent topic of discussion: the threat of a possible recession. During any prolonged period of growth, economists start to wonder when the bottom is going to drop out.

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Pro AV and the Pandemic: A Clarified Perspective

By Sean Wargo

Did things improve enough in pro AV during the last month or so of 2020 to correct Covid-19's deep impact on our industry? Read on for some expert insights.

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Growth in Performance Solutions

By Sean Wargo

A hot area of growth in the commercial AV industry — one that might perhaps be overlooked as “old school” these days: solutions geared toward performance and entertainment in fixed-venue settings.

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A Closer Look at Corporate Events

By Sean Wargo

One of the forest-for-trees issues within the broad pro-AV industry is an assumption that, at the forest level, project work in this space is all about the sale and permanent installation of audiovisual technologies. But a trip down into the trees reveals a different reality.

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Where to Learn About Pro-AV Trends at InfoComm 2019

By Sean Wargo

At InfoComm, AVIXA's Market Intelligence Team will have a wealth of insights and data to share.

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Market Update: Transportation Spending on Pro AV Expected to Recover by 2021

By Sean Wargo

The pandemic ground travel down to a minimum as restrictions were put in place, events were cancelled, and companies shifted to remote work and collaboration. Even as traffic going through major transportation hubs such as airports and train stations has decreased, the slowdown has not necessarily meant the halting of technology projects within them.