In case you missed HIRI's 2021 Summit, read about some of the topics and key takeaways from each day of the event.
Data from the recently released market update provides insight to home and building marketing professionals as the industry continues to shift in the wake of COVID-19
Smart-home technology is a booming industry. To analyze the key players, trends, and channels in this market, Omdia compiled a 2021 State of the Smart Home report for the Home Improvement Research Institute. Read more about the 5 smart home trends moving the market in 2021.
The Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI) partners with IHS Markit to develop an annual U.S. Size of Market Report. The current report is based on the most recent IHS economics forecast of the U.S. economy and looks at what to expect in the market through 2025.
Having data on home improvement and insights on customer behavior can help professionals navigate a shifting and unpredictable economy.
HIRI's Size of the Home Improvement Products Market is the home improvement industry’s only product focused size of market study providing data back to 1992 with 5 year forecasts for the consumer and professional markets.
Economic expansion is expected to continue through 2020, but clear negative forces have the potential to dampen this growth.
Whether you’re on a first-name basis with Siri, Alexa or Google, you’ve likely spoken to at least one smart home assistant device in your home or office. According to the 2019 State of the Smart Home report, the United States smart home devices market was worth $10.4 billion in 2018 and is forecasted to exceed $33 billion in 2022.