Essence at Connections Europe 2015
These days we are in Amsterdam, attending Connections Europe 2015, where we are both sponsors and speakers.
Connections Europe, which is part of the CONNECTIONS™ Conference Series, is hosted by research firm Parks Associates and features conferences, meetings and discussions, bringing together over a hundred executives from around the world, with the aim to network and share valuable knowledge, addressing key issues relevant to digital products, the IoT industry and services for consumers.
We will also be sharing some of our market knowledge: our Head of Marketing, Rafi Zauer, will be among the speakers of the ‘Smart Home: Partnerships, Monetization Strategies, & New Business Models’ panel, analyzing -together with other industry experts- some of the best practices for companies that aim to grow revenues in the IoT market.
We believe that, for companies who wish to succeed in the smart home ecosystem, partnerships are necessary, as new competition and business models move them into new and unfamiliar sectors. We will discuss uncommon partnerships in the smart home and strategies to make them successful and profitable.
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