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Hot Clicks: What Interests Integrators This Week? May 13th 2021

What stories are integrators clicking on this week? Read the May 13th, 2021 edition of Hot Clicks to learn more.

Hot Clicks: What Interests Integrators This Week? May 13th 2021

Every Friday, we’re going to wrap up AV & systems integration news from the perspective of integrators who are clicking on articles posted to our integrator-facing sister sites, CE ProCommercial Integrator, & Security Sales & Integration. It’s a new feature we call “Hot Clicks,” and the hope is that it will give marketers insight into what interests this market the most.

These are the articles which received the most traffic from integrators this week:

SnapAV To Go Public

In addition to sourcing its own products, SnapAV distributed other brands to local dealers. From there, SnapAV strategically added certain niche product categories to its portfolio, including architectural and freestanding speakers, projection screens, power conditioners, video surveillance cameras, IR distribution systems, and more. Read the full story.

2021 CE Pro 100: Integrators Overcome Major Hurdles

Median CE Pro 100 integration firm’s revenues fell just 2.4% in 2020 despite pandemic shutdowns. Read more.

The Paycheck Protection Program Is Out Of Funds Weeks Early

The extremely popular Paycheck Protection Program has run out of money for most small businesses weeks before the deadline. Read more.

Exploring the Future Economy and Opportunities for Growth in AV

PSNI Supersummit keynote speaker Andrew Busch targets areas where AV integrators should be focused and how they can become more profitable. Read the full story.

PSA TEC Ponders Post-Pandemic Positives, Promotes Profitability Prospects

Produced for the first time in a hybrid format, TEC 2021 addressed security integrators’ concerns, questions and opportunities looking beyond COVID-19. More info.

SBA Begins Cash Disbursements for Restaurant Revitalization Fund

Fund provides emergency aid to restaurants, bars and other businesses experiencing financial hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic. Read the full story.

See all of our editions of Hot Clicks — including the monthly editions — here.