ASSOCIATIONS

Associations InfoComm MemberLogo

Prosound is a proud member of Infocomm, a global organisation for the professional AV and information communication industries. Being a member of Infocomm means Prosound has access to online technical and business courses, and countless other resources including international AV standards and market research. Infocomm, an Accredited Standards Developer Organisation, provides industry standards as the foundation for quality audiovisual systems with 5,000 members from over 80 countries.


 

Associations SACIA

The Southern African Communications Industries Association is a not for profit Trade Association registered as a Section 21 company in South Africa. It is specifically designed to promote the adoption of professional standards and ethical business practice in the communications industry throughout Southern Africa. It seeks to further the interests of members through partnership and representation on a range of issues. Primary activities include Market Research & Intelligence Services, Networking activities, and the development of training and skills development programmes. SACIA works in close cooperation with InfoComm International and the IABM (International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers) to stimulate the development of our industry on an international basis.


 

Associations NSCA

NSCA is the leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial electronic systems industry. The National Systems Contractors Association is a powerful advocate of all who work within the low-voltage industry, including systems contractors/integrators, product manufacturers, consultants, sales representatives, architects, specifying engineers and other allied professionals.


 

Associations TPSA

The Southern African Communications Industries Association is a not for profit organisation registered as a Section 21 company in South Africa. It is specifically designed to promote the adoption of professional standards and ethical business practice in the communications industry throughout Southern Africa. It seeks to further the interests of members through partnership and representation on a range of issues. Primary activities include Market Research & Intelligence Services, Networking activities, and the development of training and skills development programmes. SACIA is registered with SAQA as a professional body active in the broadcast and audio-visual sectors, and awards professional designations based on an individuals proven skills and work experience. SACIA works in close cooperation with InfoComm International and the IABM (International Association of Broadcasting Manufacturers) to stimulate the development of our industry on an international basis.The Association is a member-driven organization. It is governed by a Board of Directors elected by the members, with an Executive Director and support staff appointed to manage association activities. Current Board members are Wynand Langenhoven (chairman), Bruce Genricks, Elaine Shellard, Paul Fraser, Gavin Olivier, Duncan Riley and Kevan Jones (Executive Director)

In November 2014, SACIA merged with the TPSA (Technical Production Services Association). The TPSA is now established as a Special Interest Group within SACIA

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