This month we're giving you a bit of a rest, from reading that is. Compared to our previous month's issues, this eNewsletter as about half the length. This isn't by choice, but rather by necessity. Our company has become very busy with both existing and new projects, so time left to writing has become scarce, even with increasing travel.
We have a large backlog of topics we want to write about. Just take a look at the resource materials we have piled up for those hopefully forthcoming stories. INSERT Files.jpg
Here's a summary of our current work:
So, as you can see, we have a lot going on.
I was pleased to receive a phone call from an executive at a major entertainment industry supplier as a result of our story last month's Beware of Suppliers Promising Plenty. The supplier was one the unnamed guilty who overstates the entertainment capacity of their equipment. When I explained the situation to the executive, he was in total agreement and said he would look into having his company reevaluate how they calculate equipment capacity to be more realistic. It is good to know that at least some suppliers are interested in being honest and not inflating claims about their equipment.
Hope to see you all at IAAPA in November. I'll be giving one of the seminars, Edutainment: The Next Big Thing. (see story below)