Santa Monica, CA (August 2021) – The Home Technology Association (HTA)—the consumer-facing resource for qualified and professional home technology integrators—announces that Gretchen Gilbertson, CEO and Co-founder of Séura, has been added to its Board of Advisors.
“It’s an honor to join the Home Technology Association Board of Advisors and to serve alongside many talented industry experts,” says Gilbertson. “This well-established organization of professionals has already accomplished many outstanding initiatives in pursuit of continued viability and sustainability of the custom AV channel. I’m excited to dive in and be part of their progressive journey.”
Founded in 2003 by Gretchen and her husband Tim Gilbertson, Séura is dedicated to enhancing peoples’ lives by blending together technology and design into products that service the residential and commercial AV industries. With a broad range of solutions, the company designs, manufactures, and markets a comprehensive offering of outdoor televisions, television mirrors, lighted mirrors, and waterproof televisions. Gilbertson also serves on the Board of Advisors for Azione.
“Gretchen is an experienced executive with a deep history of working strategically in our industry and beyond,” says Josh Christian, CEO of HTA. “Her insight into the worlds of both design and technology integration will be a great asset to our Board of Advisors, especially as HTA continues to make inroads in the interior design and architect communities. We are excited to have her onboard the HTA team as we continue to elevate the reputation of the industry’s best integrators.”
About the Home Technology Association
The Home Technology Association (HTA) created the first and only standard of excellence for home technology integration firms. The HTA gives the best-qualified technology integrators a prestigious certification and endorsement developed to differentiate these exceptional firms. HTA Certification is a badge of quality, designed to help homeowners get consistently first-rate technology experiences. Homeowners, builders, architects, and interior designers that hire HTA Certified integrators have peace of mind knowing they are working with truly professional firms that have passed the HTA’s rigorous, 60-point HTA certification process, which focuses on technical competency, first-rate customer service, aftercare support, and a positive business reputation. These stringent criteria were developed by industry veterans and HTA’s Board of Advisors, including top executives from Lutron, Crestron, Control4, Savant, and others. Additionally, HTA’s Supporting Brands program enables expanded outreach to architects, designers, builders, and related trade associations from leading manufacturers and service providers who support HTA's mission of delivering exemplary technology experiences. Learn more by visiting HTACertified.org and by following the Home Technology Association (HTA) on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube & Pinterest.
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