With less than a month until the event’s launch and a limited number of guest spots remaining, apply to attend now before it’s too late.
In May, members of the design/build and integration/contracting communities from across the Northeast will come together at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Conn. for the inaugural TecHomeX East. There, 100 industry leaders will enjoy 2.5 days of learning, vendor/partner connections and transformation.
Being held from May 8-10, the event allows architects, builders, integrators, designers and contractors to collaborate and develop their tech strategies, while connecting them with dozens of the top home technology vendors.
TecHomeX East utilizes a hosted guest format, meaning attendees’ expenses, including travel, hotel accommodations and access to a program of high-quality general sessions and engagements with vendor sponsors, are covered.
This event will use the TecHomeX California blueprint that has been so successful over each of the last two years, and which guests say was highly beneficial.
“It’s a really great format. I’d highly recommend it. You’re going to meet vendors you didn’t know existed, learn about technology you didn’t know existed and it’s a great way to meet new people.”
“The event was great. I’m excited to come back next year and will bring some other people from my company. I liked the one-on-one meetings and getting to meet and have that face-to-face with all the manufacturers.”
“I’ve learned a lot about new tech in homes… The panels have been great. The keynote speakers have been excellent… The knowledge about these things I have no idea about is priceless.”
Guests at TecHomeX East can expect similar takeaways.
“TecHomeX really is such a unique opportunity, and anyone involved in delivering the smart, connected home to consumers should definitely look to get involved,” says AE Ventures guest recruitment manager Leigh Fishback. “We have a fantastic group of guests signed on already, and I’m excited to see all those different trades come together and strengthen their peer alliances.”