Kronman Associates is investigating the opportunities that exist for re-selling, installing and using LED screen products that have previously been used in the fixed installation advertising and rental markets.

New LED screens are appearing around the UK and Europe every day with many small rental companies and end users buying directly from factories and distributors. The availability of these products mean some companies are updating screens faster than before and the original screen products are being sold or stored after only a few years.

Many of those products have a longer life expectancy than they’re being used for and when they’ve been well maintained, these screens could provide new user’s, such as small retailers and lower tier sports clubs, to get useful large format LED at a reasonable price.

We’d be interested to learn about seller’s and buyer’s who might want to share their stories about buying and selling their LED screens.

Bob Kronman

Bob Kronman

Bob Kronman has worked in the arts, entertainment and technology industry for nearly 30 years. Starting his career in theatre he soon became focused on projection and the associated technology. After years of touring and production management, Bob moved to London and worked on a variety of projects as a technician and project manager, eventually being headhunted for his expertise by clients and leading manufacturers.

In 2010, realizing the industry lacked truly independent advice about the scope of works required to deliver a digital screen project from start to finish he founded Kronman Associates. Since the companies formation, the firm has consulted on, managed and maintained some of the largest global LED projects worldwide including work in London's Piccadilly Circus and for clients in New York's iconic Time Square. Now an industry leading consultancy, the firm is an active member of PLASA, INFOCOMM and ICX.

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