Young Office has launched a new audiovisual division to help remote workers make stronger presentations from home offices. The company president says the division will continue to serve a need as offices return to normal after the pandemic.
The service offers a way for industries of all types to enhance collaborative work among employees through the use of technology, according to a news release.
“Our audiovisual division will give us the ability to better serve our clients by providing them with new ways to present, collaborate and communicate,” company President Thomas Young said in the news release. “Having the most up-to-date technology is crucial for an organization. We’re in the business of creating innovative spaces that foster success, and I’m looking forward to seeing how this transforms business’s in the community.”
Young Office has locations in Greenville, Spartanburg and Asheville. Audiovisual services are available in all three location starting this week.
“We definitely believe that offices will eventually be back to normal, but we aren’t sure when,” Young said in an email. “The audiovisual division will also provide many services that will enhance functions inside the office. This new division will help facilitate working from home, but these services also focus on what happens inside of the office.”
Young Office began as an office supply store in Spartanburg 67 years ago and remains a family-owned business.p