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Show Me The Money! The Future Of The Smart Home & Where The Value Lies
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Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Time: 11:30AM EST
 
featuring:

featured speaker
Renee Niemi, Head of Smart Home Business, Logitech

moderator
Jeremy Coward, Community Manager, IoT World News

From smart crockpots to connected toothbrushes, it seems that home automation has the potential to be built into anything. But with consumer enthusiasm for the smart home showing signs of lagging, should it be done? Is there significant value there, for enterprise or end-user?

Renee Niemi from Logitech describes the state of the smart home, where the industry is headed, where the value lies and how companies can get ahead of the curve to reap significant rewards.

This webinar previews the thought leadership that will be shared at the Smart Home Summit in Palo Alto this November. Register with code "webinar10" to secure a 10% discount on every ticket you purchase.

Watch this webinar to learn how to:

  • Gauge the current state of the smart home industry and where it’s headed
  • Determine whether there’s value in the smart home market, and if so with which products
  • Get ahead of upcoming trends to act early and reap the rewards
  • Identify the challenges smart home enterprises are currently facing, and how to overcome them



 

Renee Niemi, Head of Smart Home Business, Logitech
Renée Niemi joined Logitech in February 2016, as the head of the smart home business at Logitech. A self-professed “gadget junkie,” Renée has spent her career bringing various consumer products to market. She is passionate about the convergence of work and personal life and its impact on communications, as well as the underlying technology that enables it. Renée comes to Logitech from Google, where she was the director of global business for Android and Chrome for work and education. Prior to Google, she worked at Plantronics, where she led the product and business initiatives for the company’s consumer and business solutions. As an advocate for diversity, Renée volunteers her time with young women who are looking to explore professional careers in technology.

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Jeremy Coward, Community Manager, IoT World News
Jeremy Coward is senior editor and a lead community manager for IoT World News. He specializes in content focusing on connected innovation, specifically concentrating on smart cities, smart homes and keeping the IoT secure. He previously worked in marketing for the UK’s National Outsourcing Association, and blogs on literature and politics in his free time.

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Jeremy Coward, Community Manager, IoT World News
Jeremy Coward is senior editor and a lead community manager for IoT World News. He specializes in content focusing on connected innovation, specifically concentrating on smart cities, smart homes and keeping the IoT secure. He previously worked in marketing for the UK’s National Outsourcing Association, and blogs on literature and politics in his free time.

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