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5 AIR-Y TRENDS FOR 2021: HOW THE INDOOR AIR QUALITY MARKET IS CHANGING

Join us on Wednesday March 3rd 11 AM EST as we speak to indoor air leaders Airthings about current & predicted trends for the Indoor Air Quality Market in 2021.

WHAT'S IN THE WEBINAR?

In our upcoming webinar we will be joined by our friends at Airthings, experts in the indoor air quality (IAQ) industry, to discuss how businesses can prepare for regulatory and market change in the months and years ahead.

Covid-19 has brought an increased awareness towards the air we breathe and raised questions around solution efficiency when it comes to protecting the air we breathe as we move from indoors to out and back again. What does this mean for indoor solution providers? How must they adapt their products to account for their consumer’s health in the wake of these changes?

Join us as we discuss these questions and more, including:

  • Where the IAQ market is headed in the wake of COVID-19
  • Changes in consumer behavior and business response
  • The outdoor-indoor connection - & why this is becoming more important for Consumer Air Quality products 
  • What the future holds for businesses in the indoor air quality industry

WHO IS THIS WEBINAR FOR?

  • Topics covered will be relevant to businesses and professionals in the indoor air quality industry looking to keep up with recent trends in this market.

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PRESENTED BY

Meet the Speakers:

Tamir Kessel
Business Development Director at BreezoMeter
Martin McGloin
Head of Product at Airthings for Business
We chose BreezoMeter as our Air Quality data partner as they provide us with the most accurate, reliable data available, enabling us to spread awareness on pollution levels to people all over the world through our free air quality services Blueair Friend and AirView.
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BreezoMeter's real-time air quality and weather data enable HVAC professionals leveraging our cloud-based software to make informed and automated decisions for buildings. The benefits are reduced maintenance costs, increased filter efficiency as well as improved facility management through intelligent air control, all leading to higher workplace productivity.”
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