On Thursday, May 4th Innerspace Electronics took part in the To The Trade Only Market Day at the Wakefield Design Center in Stamford, CT. The day featured presentations, networking and delicious refreshments.
The day started with a presentation entitled The Enduring Legacy of Midcentury Design by Michael Berman. Mr. Berman discussed the history of design in California and the mid-century influences that inspired architecture and furniture trends that remain today. He discussed how his own designs were influenced by the car industry after spending his childhood in Detroit, MI.
The next presentation It’s all in the Mix by Meg Braff discussed using different elements of design to create unique spaces that showcase how traditional and modern design can truly complement one another. A book signing followed her presentation.
The last presentation was by the Editor-in-Chief of Veranda, Clinton Smith, who presented Veranda Entertaining, an A-Z guide on the art and allure of elegant entertaining. A book signing followed his presentation as well.
As a sponsor, Andrea Reiner presented on who Innerspace Electronics is, what we do and how we hope to help the design world incorporate our technology into their designs. We had our motorized window treatment fabrics on display along with some high-end light fixtures for all attendees to see.
Each year CE Pro puts together a list of the nation’s top 100 custom installation companies. Innerspace Electronics, Inc. is once again proud to be included on that list. This year the company ranks number 31, a 9 spot jump from last year’s 40th position.
The article points out that the custom installation market is seeing increased revenues across the board. Consumer confidence just hit a plateau not seen in 16 years. New home construction is at its highest level since 2007. The “Trump Bump” in the stock market and his proposed tax reform has the market salivating over the potential for even more expendable income in consumers’ pockets, along with potential tax breaks for businesses. Home remodeling spending is moving along at 6.7% growth and Millennials are now purchasing homes and one in three homeowners plans to install home automation in the next 12 months. All of these factors have created an overall growth in the industry of 24%.
For more on the trends in the industry and other factors that have led to the immense growth over the past year, check out the full article at CE Pro Top 100
Barry & Andrea represented Innerspace Electronics, Inc. at the annual HTSA Spring Conference. This year it was held in beautiful San Diego, CA. Vendors and integrators from all over the country came to share ideas and learn more about new products, technologies and industry happenings. Below is the link to the full recap of the three day conference.
HTSA Spring Conference Recap
CE Pro Editors · December 1, 2016
Home Technology Specialists of America (HTSA), which celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2016, has elected two new members to its Board of Directors, including the first woman ever to sit on the board.
The new directors, Andrea Reiner of Innerspace Electronics and Terence Murray of Audiovisions, will assume their new role on the HTSA Board beginning January 2017. They will replace outgoing directors Jim Richards, of Future Home Systems and Design, and Navot Shoresh, of Spire Integrated Systems.
In addition to her duties in managing the financial and administration departments of Innerspace Electronics, Reiner brings an extensive background in sales and marketing to the HTSA Board.
It’s been a dream of Barry and Andrea Reiner to be featured on the cover of CEPro Magazine. That dream just became a reality! The business and life partners graced the cover of the September issue of CEPro Magazine and had a beautiful 7 page spread written up about them and their company. The article discusses how they got started, how they have grown their business and forecasts what the future holds for them. The feature also mentions that Innerspace Electronics has just completed their new Experience Room. Click below for the full article.