For the third year in a row, Freeman Audio Visual Canada has been selected by Vancouver consumers and business community members as the Consumer Choice Award (CCA) winner in the category of audio visual services.
“This is truly a testament to the hard work and outstanding service they have continued to provide over the past year,” said Marcel Sbrollini, president, CCA. “They are once again a part of a very select group of business owners and entrepreneurs recognized by the people of Vancouver for their business excellence over multiple years.”
“The Vancouver branch is extremely grateful for the ongoing support we receive from our local community and especially proud that meeting planners from across the globe were able to partake in a memorable collaborative Freeman experience in our fine city,” said Michael Dosch, general manager, Freeman Audio Visual Vancouver.
The Consumer Choice Award was established in 1987 and is considered the most distinguished award for business excellence in Canada. This is the only organization in North America to recognize business excellence by conducting a research that surveys both the consumer & business community with statistical accuracy.
The selection process begins with CCA determining the industries to be researched (internal). Working with a third party research firm, it then populates the sample with company names. The third party research firm takes over from there: conducting a research study with close-ended questions; surveying a sample representing the total population of a market; and finally, ranking the top winners.
Freeman Audio Visual
As part of the world’s largest brand experience organization, Freeman Audio Visual uses the power of technology to make meaningful connections with a multitude of audiences through the production of meetings, conventions, special events and trade shows. Freeman invests heavily in maintaining and growing its stable of state-of-the-art technology around the world. Freeman Audio Visual provides a full range of services to support the way audiences engage with content as the landscape continues to change.