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Clear-Com's half century

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Clear-Com's half century

From a 2-person team in San Francisco to one of the biggest names in event communications, Clear-Com has been celebrating its 50th anniversary throughout 2018. We spoke to Clear-Com’s Simon Brown at InfoComm about how the company has evolved. 

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