Welcome to our latest news update!
Here’s a selection of articles that the Interfacio team has been reading this week, as we stay on top of the latest news, views and insights from across the world of Audio, Music, Broadcast, Lighting and Video technology sectors, and beyond.
- A look back at the achievements of Georg Neumann, one of the most influential innovators in early microphone manufacturing – Sound & Communications
- The Swiss federal government has revealed its plans for the restart of large events from summer 2021 – IQ Magazine
- The first non-socially distanced business conference to take place in the UK since March 2020 has gone ahead as part of a research programme looking at the potential for safely reopening the events industry – AV Magazine
- The Norwegian Institute of Public Health (NIPH) is proposing a number of test events that would involve a total of 30,000 people – half of which would not get to attend the concerts – IQ Magazine
- When it comes to streaming, what does it take to elevate productions to pro quality? – AV Technology
- PRS For Music introduces discounted rate for livestream licence following ‘healthy debate’ – Music Week
- Audacity, the long-running open source, cross-platform audio editor, has been acquired by Muse Group – Pro Sound News
- 6 strategies for leading through uncertainty – Harvard Business Review
- d&b has acquired the SFL Group in the UK, incorporating it into a newly launched service-focused business – AV Magazine
Finally in our own news, we are delighted to announce that Interfacio Ltd has been honoured with a Queen’s Award for Enterprise for International Trade, recognising a period of significant and sustained growth in our company’s international business. You can learn more about the secret of our success, and the challenges of recruiting in the today’s fast changing market in this Insights article.
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