London based automation company Living Home Tech joins forces with CEDIA the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association at the NEC

Fresh off the back of a fifth successful year at the National Homebuild and Renovation show at the NEC, Living Home Tech has now joined CEDIA as part of its continuing effort to provide training and development within the Home Automation and Custom Integration industry.

London 1 April 2013

Living Home Tech's fifth year at the NEC for the National Home build and Renovation show has allowed them to provide a continual presence with the Home Automation industry, providing an unrivalled knowledge base for Self Builders and Developers. The next logical step for the company was to take advantage of CEDIA's marketing opportunities.

CEDIA is the international trade organisation for the home electronic systems industry. Its members specialise in the planning, design, supply and installation of automated electronic systems for the modern, intelligent home. They can install anything from multi-room audio and home cinema systems to complete home networks and sub-systems which intelligently control heating, lighting, security and HVAC.

Living's move to join Cedia marks the next step in the company's' continual growth and development. Being part of CEDIA not only allows access to the industry award scheme, but it also gives Living's in house experts the opportunity to provide RIBA certified training courses and CPD's for architects and specifiers across the UK.

From the 1st of April Living's team will be speaking on behalf of CEDIA at various trade shows up and down the country.

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