President

Eddy Eisenberg

Eddy Eisenberg is widely known and respected as one of the most knowledgeable executives in the audio visual industry, and is laser focused on growing Encore into the global leader of in-house event technology and event production.

His background in the industry is extensive. As a business owner and an industry leader, Eddy has an unmatched vision for event technology and production at hotels and venues. He successfully translates that vision into action and achievement through close working relationships with clients and colleagues. He understands that to accomplish great things and stay at the forefront of the industry, he needs to harness their excitement and enthusiasm.

Eddy joined Freeman in 2009 with the acquisition of AVT Event Technologies, (now Encore) where he was a founder. He has actively promoted Encore as a hospitality technology company that provides premium-quality, in-house services and technology solutions to key hotel partners. He prides himself on bringing his customers innovative solutions and unique, personalized services.

Prior to Encore, Eddy was Executive VP and CFO for Hospitality Resources (PSAV). In this role, he was responsible, along with the division president, for integration of seven different companies purchased by Carabiner over two-year period (which is now PSAV). His responsibilities included oversight of financial reporting, accounting department, procurement and administrative functions. In addition, Eddy was responsible for two acquisitions of similar companies.

Eddy was also a partner at Shaw, Eisenberg, Floyd & Rothchild, Certified Public Accountants, a public accounting practice specializing in construction, real estate and distributors. He was responsible for valuations of closely held business, litigation support, financial planning and analysis. He is an instructor and frequent lecturer for a variety of continuing education courses and seminars for CPAs, attorneys, and other professionals. Eddy also developed and taught fraud detection courses to credit associations.