Futuresource Consulting has announced that Carsten Olesen, President of the Consumer Audio Division at HARMAN, will be delivering the keynote at its sixth ‘Audio Collaborative’ conference on Thursday 7 November at the Ham Yard Hotel in London.
Futuresource invites fellow industry professionals to join and explore how content and technology evolution is spurring innovation.
Following ongoing support and popular demand from consumer audio, pro audio and entertainment industry professionals, the team at Futuresource has curated a sterling agenda which will be the framework for an enjoyable day of invaluable insights, expert discussions and networking opportunities. Attendees will see presentations and panels from industry titans and Futuresource experts on the growth and crossover business opportunities for the entire audio ecosystem.
“Audio is playing an increasing role in consumer and pro users lives – the industry continues to innovate at a fast pace striving to meet users future listening needs – it is such an exciting time for the sector,” commented Sarah Carroll, Co-Founder of Futuresource Consulting. “As always Futuresource, our event sponsors, speakers and associations are looking forward to the spirit of collaboration that our event brings, exploring the nascent technology trends, the key business opportunities and getting to the heart of what the future could bring.”
Carsten Olesen, President, Consumer Audio Division at HARMAN International, added: “It is a great honour to keynote this dynamic event. I look forward to the discussions with industry stakeholders on what the future holds for the audio industry.”
Past participants and attendees have included senior executives from the content and broadcast industry, service provider community, audio hardware and related tech industries. Renowned for always addressing the hot topics and issues of the day, this year’s event promises to be no different. Data rich Futuresource presentations will be accompanied by expert insights and panels from industry heavyweights.