Retail Stores May Be Crucial To Consumers Embracing Smart Home Tech
Consumer education is the answer to increasing the adoption of connected home by the public. Most major stores have a separate section showcasing these things. They are placed strategically in their stores and the shops even help the customers understand the value of these smart gadgets.
In some home improvement stores, there may be a smart home aisle with a smattering of products placed across the shelves, sometimes organized by category or brand. In that same store, there might be other products that sit next to their non-connected counterparts.
A report by Crimson Hexagon states that more and more consumers are finding the idea of a smart home attractive thanks to an increase in functionality and convenience.
Lowe’s Home Improvement is working out a new model for showing the users how technology will operate across the house and how devices will work together in harmony to make life easier. The company collaborated with b8ta, an experiential tech retail store, to create a Smart Home with a kind of lab atmosphere where the customer could make informed decisions.
Home builders are also getting involved with connected homes to offer more to their customers. Lennar and Amazon partnered together for their “show-and-sell” experience showrooms.
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