Special Report: Tech Trend Watch at IBS

Special Report: Tech Trend Watch at IBS

The National Association of Homebuilders’ (NAHB) International Builders’ Show (IBS) and the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) have again teamed up in 2015 to bring over 500 seminars and special events and 1,300 exhibitors for three days that are sure to feel like a marathon. What are builders looking for in terms of technology? What are the must-see educational sessions? Catch this and more in TecHome’s IBS Preview Special Report.

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This publication includes expert, insider analysis for forward-thinking builders and tech-manufacturers, covering:

An Introduction to the Show

Registration is up at both IBS and KBIS, and builders are looking forward to a number of things, from visiting specific booths that cater to their special needs, to learning about millennial and boomer trends.

 

2015 Tech Forecast

It’s time to look at the year ahead to forecast not only what the hot new gadgets will be, but also the technologies that are profit-rich for builders—worth incorporating into new homes to meet buyer demand.

 

Hot Technologies at IBS

IBS and KBIS combine to create a two-headed monster of a show that can be hard to navigate in only a few days. With NAHB expecting 1,300 exhibiting companies and KBIS another 534—you have nearly 2,000 booths to choose from. So where do you focus your attention? Here are a few must-see tech products we’ve picked out to help you chart your journey.

 

See you in Vegas!

We also recommend reaching out to our various TecHome Builder staff members that will be roaming the show and manning our booth (S2673) whether to talk about editorial opportunities or information on coming to one of our events.

Fill out the following form to download the Tech Trend Watch IBS Preview Special Report:

About The Author

Kelly Mello is a TecHome Builder Staff Writer, creating timely, investigative articles for its eMagazine and Special Reports. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in English: Communications & Rhetoric. She began her writing career in 2007 as editorial assistant for GateHouse Media. From 2010 to 2013, she was local editor for various Patch sites, including Norton.Patch.com.

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