Control4 continues its US tour, dedicated to educating design pros on all things Smart Home. We’re connecting the dots via our Designhounds Influencer Network and Control 4 Connects: The 5 Levels of Smart Home and will bring coverage from a member of the Designhounds network from each presentation. Next up, Control4 will present in Boston on November 14. Designhound Wendy Woloshchuk will be live at the event to share important takeaways and how the information applies to her business. You can follow Wendy’s coverage at #Control4Connects on Instagram stories, Facebook and Twitter from November 14 on.
Control 4 Connects is all about the intersection of home automation and design and crucial for any design professional looking to succeed in the next decade….plus it’s worth 0.1 CEU credits so, if you haven’t signed up yet – WHY NOT? Here’s the registration link.
Why is this so important for design professionals?
By the end of 2020, an estimated 12.86 billion smart home devices will be in consumer’s homes, making technology one of the fastest growing business opportunities for interior designers. The program is aimed at bridging the gap between technology integrators and the design community through an introduction – both to the different concepts of smart home technology and local integrators within one’s community. By the conclusion of the event, attendees will be able to answer the following four questions: What’s the difference between smart products and smart homes? What is true integration? How can technology help me stand out? And who can I connect with to help pull it all together?
We hope to see you in Boston but if you can’t make it please get in touch and connect with us online at #Control4Connects
Meet the Designhound:
Wendy Woloshchuk of Details Full Service Interiors
Wendy Woloshchuk is the founder and principal designer at Details Full Service Interiors, located in Western Massachusetts. She began her award-winning career in 2007. She has successfully built her design business in a rural area where working with a designer is not typically the norm. Wendy has been featured on multiple interior design podcasts, including A Well Designed Business & quoted in numerous publications, including Window Fashion Vision Magazine and Designer’s Today. She regularly participates in industry events as a known influencer, speaking on panels and sharing her expertise. Wendy also teaches workshops to other designers and home stagers to help them simplify and grow their business. She is known for her down to earth approach and likability in everything she does.