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Commercial Roofing in North America: Key Market Trends

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Jan 25, 2018 1:30:00 PM

Extreme Weather, Labor Shortages, Sustainability and Data Integration to Impact Market Growth

FINAL_BCC Webinar-Commercial Roofing.jpgThe North American Commercial Roofing market is currently estimated at $4.5 billion and growing steadily (3-5% annually). In a Member-exclusive webinar on January 18, 2018, BCC Research analyst John Barrett gave an update to the June 2017 report Commercial Roofing Materials: The North American Market where he overviewed the market and described the most important factors impacting growth across the continent.

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Topics: Advanced Materials

Connected Medical Devices: Bridging the Gap (A Recap)

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Dec 14, 2017 11:00:00 AM
IMG_3074.jpgBCC Research’s live event about the future of the connected medical devices market explored the market, technology, users and applications for connected medical devices—an emerging and fast-growing market, especially in the wearables and consumer segments.
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Q&A: Connected Medical Devices Dec. 5 Event

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Nov 29, 2017 11:15:00 AM
mike-sullivan-robert-hunter.jpgOn Tuesday December 5, BCC Research’s Senior Editors Michael Sullivan and Robert G. Hunter will give a presentation on the market for connected medical devices. We asked Michael Sullivan a few questions about what they’ll be sharing. A few seats remain to attend the event, so Register Today!
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Challenges Into Opportunities: Takeaways From IoT Security Webinar

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Nov 22, 2017 10:00:00 AM
IoT Security Webinar.jpgIn the recent webinar “Opportunities in Securing the Internet of Things: Assessing Threats and Closing Gaps,” Analyst Nandita Bhotika and Senior Editor Michael Sullivan explored the market surrounding Internet of Things (IoT) security solutions and shared which segments are expected achieve the highest growth rates.
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