TecHome Builder Summit talk best practices.
What are your business goals this year? With home technologies emerging as a chief attraction for homebuyers, one of your resolutions should be to employ best business practices as you market and integrate technologies into your new home offerings.
Best practice sharing will be a huge part of the inaugural TecHome Builder Summit, March 4 to 6, in Austin, Texas. This VIP executive-level event is already attracting senior sales, marketing, design center and operations professionals from the country’s largest homebuilders — people driving technology buying decisions at their companies.
TecHome Builder will name winners of Best Practices awards at the Summit, and leverage stories about the award-winning builders in Best Practices Roundtable discussions on Merchandising, Marketing, and Selling Home Technologies, as well as Design, Construction, and After-Occupancy Support on March 4 and 5.
The Merchandising, Marketing, and Selling Home Technologies Roundtables on March 4 will be led by notable homebuilding industry consultant Mike Moore of Moore Business & Sales Performance. Possible topics include:
- Merchandising and packaging options by lifestyle, room of the house or quality.
- Presenting technology effectively in model homes and design centers.
- Virtual presentations; partnering with integrators and installers.
- Staying involved in aftermarket sales and revenue streams.
The Design, Construction, and After-Occupancy Support Roundtables on March 5 will be directed by TecHome Builder Editor-in-Chief Steve Castle, with possible topics including:
- Designing in appropriate pathways and spaces for tech options and systems.
- Getting technology subcontractors in the construction flow.
- Contracting to have after-occupancy support covered.
- Leveraging technology to control tech subs.
“Roundtable discussions are a great way to generate ideas that you can bring back to your company and make your own,” says Castle. “It leverages the power of peer networking so you can evolve new ideas into your company’s own Best Practices.”
“Roundtable discussions at our events for home technology integrators and security industry professionals have proven to be immensely popular, and the invaluable networking opportunities they provide are a primary reason many attendees come back to our events year after year,” says John Galante of AE Ventures, parent company of TecHome Builder and the TecHome Builder Summit.
Are you an executive responsible for technology buying decisions at a major homebuilding company? You could be eligible to join the invitation-only audience that will comprise the TecHome Builder Summit March 4 to 6 in Austin. If your application is approved, you will receive an invitation to the exclusive event and complimentary air travel, hotel accommodations and food and beverage (as built into the program). Apply to be hosted here, or contact Guest Recruitment Specialist Katie Westerduin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.