Webinar – Adam Cox, Senior Market Analyst, Futuresource Consulting
Adam Cox, Senior Market Analyst, Futuresource Consulting presents “The Changing Face of the Corporate Workspace”
The impact of COVID-19 has proved extremely challenging for businesses, but the economic effect of the pandemic could have been much greater if it hadn’t been for Video Conferencing technology. Uptake of Video Conferencing reached unprecedented levels within months of the pandemic taking hold and immediately changed our working practices and culture. As businesses look to a post-pandemic world, questions are being asked around whether these changes will be permanent and how this will impact the office and meeting room of the future.
Futuresource Consulting has spent the past 18 months profiling the video conferencing industry and the reaction to the pandemic in terms of technology adoption and cultural change. Futuresource’s reports cover both market sizing and end user research and examine the impact on traditional office spaces and meeting rooms as well as the burgeoning home working market.
This session will provide key findings from Futuresource’s research and their context in the wider industry.
Adam Cox is a Senior Market Analyst at Futuresource Consulting, responsible for researching and reporting on technology trends across the imaging, pro video and collaboration market categories.
Adam is also heavily involved in work looking at end users, service providers across the corporate markets and in addition to this, works on tracking and examining the collaboration, wireless presentation and conferencing equipment sales channels.
Adam joined Futuresource in 2006 working on a broad range of market tracking, analytical and strategic pro broadcast AV projects. He soon went on to lead the broadcast equipment team, covering the full broadcast production chain from acquisition to content delivery. Adam holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Film and Television Studies.
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