CEDIA Unveils Awards 2016 Headline Sponsors


CEDIA has announced this year’s CEDIA Awards headline sponsors as Core Brands, Aldous Systems (Europe) Ltd, and Indigo Distribution.

The CEDIA Awards recognises and celebrates the very best in smart home technology across the EMEA region, and will be taking place at what was once known as London’s power house – The Guildhall.  More than 400 attendees will join CEDIA as it announces the winners of the 11th annual CEDIA Awards. This year, three leading AV companies have signed up as headline sponsors of the event.
Leading headline sponsor, Core Brands joins the CEDIA Awards as a sponsor for the first time. Core Brands offers a portfolio of connected home solutions under its collection of brands of including ELAN, SpeakerCraft, Gefen, Niles, Panamax, Proficient, Furman, Sunfire and Xantech.
Also sponsoring is UK-based distribution firm Aldous Systems (Europe) Ltd. Established in 2002, Aldous Systems distributes a number of whole-house automation solutions covering a number of technologies, including structured cabling, security, door entry and intercom, energy management, lighting control, multi-room audio, home theatre and total control.
Completing the line-up of headline sponsors and returning for a second year, is Indigo Distribution, supplier of home automation, home cinema and AV solutions for the residential market.  Indigo also provides training days at their state-of-the-art training facility in Bangor, Northern Ireland.
Wendy Griffiths, Executive Director of CEDIA EMEA commented: “We are very pleased to welcome Core Brands, Aldous Systems and Indigo Distribution as our headline sponsors this year.  The CEDIA Awards is a well-established awards scheme and one that generates a lot of interest within the industry. It is for this reason that getting involved as a sponsor is a beneficial activity for leading companies in our market. The ceremony will once again be hosted at an impressive venue, and we will proudly display branding from our sponsors around the Guildhall.
Tickets for the event are still available to buy, with an early-bird discount on offer until Friday 20th May. Single tickets start from £150 (+VAT) for CEDIA members and £200 (+VAT) for non-members at an early bird rate. For larger parties, tables of 10 are also available to book from £1300 (+VAT).