Lutron Speaking Engagements
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Speaking Engagements

Look for Lutron experts as they participate in speaking engagements at industry tradeshows and conferences around the globe.


Upcoming Speaking Engagements

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Past Speaking Engagements

CES 2020  ( January 8th, Venetian )
Topic: Smart Homes Influence Real Estate


Description
According to industry statistics, installing smart home technology can increase the final closing price of a home by 3% to 5%. Which technologies do home buyers seek, and how are builders and realtors responding to this trend?

Speaker:
John McManus (Moderator), VP/Editorial Director, Hanley Wood
Melissa Andresko, Chief Corporate Brand Ambassador, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
Jacob Atalla, Vice President of Innovation & Sustainability KB Home
Bill Darcy, CEO, National Kitchen and Bath Association

BIA of Orange County and Lutron Event  ( November 13th, Irvine, CA )
Topic: Illuminating the Title 24 2019 Mandatory Residential Lighting Requirements


Description
The presenters, from various sectors of the building industry, will highlight the requirements for solar photovoltaic cells in new homes, the new Home Energy Rating System (HERS) testing, and the changes in residential lighting controls. Builders, architects, energy consultants, and building department staff should find this event of interest and directly applicable to their work. There will be a Q&A session afterwards.

Speaker:
Michael Jouaneh, Lutron

CE Pro Total Tech Summit 2019   ( November 6th, Fort Worth )
Topic: Becoming a Healthy Home Integrator


Description
Not every homeowner wants their home to be smart or connected or filled with high-end AV, but all except the most self-destructive want a healthy home--a home that delivers indoor air quality; water quality; proper temperatures and humidity; human centric natural lighting that supports and contributes to pleasant and comfortable living; means of healthy food storage and preparation; means of inhibiting germs, molds and other biological toxins; music and other media that support emotional and intellectual well-being; independent living; fitness; sleep; mindfulness; biophilic design and sounds, sights, smells and digital simulations of nature. This session will tackle the trends and opportunities and showcase some of the new products you can add to your mix or otherwise represent so you can build a business model around health and wellness. 

Speakers: TBD