CEDIA has announced that Lauren Tuckwell will join the team as a Regional Development Consultant for Australia and New Zealand. In this role Lauren will lead CEDIA’s activities in the region, helping define and implement the strategy for the Australian and New Zealand markets.
“We are pleased to be able to offer additional support to our membership in this region,” said Vin Bruno, CEDIA CEO. “Lauren brings excellent experience to the table having worked for CEDIA in Australia from 2006 to 2013. We look forward to continuing to foster the growth of CEDIA membership and programs in this market.”
Tuckwell adds, “I am very excited to join the CEDIA Global Development team to be a part of growing CEDIA in Australia and New Zealand Our industry professionals need education and training along with the support and sense of community that comes with being part of an industry association and that is what CEDIA delivers.”
Prior to joining CEDIA in 2006, Lauren worked for Info Salons, an event registration and show data management company. Over her career Lauren has been a part of 11 trade shows providing her an opportunity to develop long term relationships with the CEDIA members, speakers, trainers, exhibitors and sponsors.
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