Doorbells, Kids And What Their Data Tell Us

Connected doorbells were initially viewed by many as a security device so a person could tell remotely who is at their front door. It turns out that a lot of bells are rung around 3 p.m. every day, by children getting home from school who want to connect with their parents.

MODERATOR Ryan Pitylak, Chief Executive Officer, Unique Influence. PANELISTS Sara Bamossy, Chief Strategy Officer, Pitch; Greg Boullin, Strategy Director, SapientNitro; Jarrod Bull, Head of Account Management, iCrossing; Amir Sahba, Chief Executive Officer & Founder, Thinkingbox

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