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New Partners Extend AV Global Alliance Reach to 130 Cities in 26 Countries.

LONDON, June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The AV Global Alliance provides video conferencing and audio visual services to multinational companies. Five new companies have joined the Alliance, extending its reach around the globe to 130 cities in 26 countries.

Audio Visual Machines welcomes absolut Technologies (Brazil), ETS & YCP (South Korea), Newtech (Argentina), Polymedia (Russia) and Talk & Vision (Netherlands and Belgium) to the AV Global Alliance. The Alliance is a partnership of leading audio visual and video conferencing systems integrators from different countries around the world, and provides mutual support for their international clients.

Sandy MacPherson (Chairman of AVM) said: "Economic forces are driving the widespread adoption of video conferencing, and international companies look to technically excellent organisations like the AV Global Alliance to design, install and maintain their systems. We are very proud to have five such outstanding companies join the Alliance"

AVM will continue to develop the AV Global Alliance by adding partners who are typically the market leaders in their own territories. Partners' details are at http://www.avmachines.com/global-partners.

About the AV Global Alliance

The AV Global Alliance is a partnership of leading video conferencing and audio visual system integrators, who design, install and maintain complex audio visual and video conferencing solutions, and offer mutual support to their multinational clients. Typically, members of the Alliance are the leading system integrators in their own country or region. Alliance members are at http://www.avmachines.com/global-partners.

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 Audio Visual Machines Ltd
 Lucie Cosham, Marketing
 +44-(0)845-262-6200



Contacts: Audio Visual Machines Ltd, Lucie Cosham, Marketing, +44-(0)845-262-6200
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