With a goal to connect designers with the resources and tools to incorporate integrated technology, the Interior Design Partner program benefits include preferred access to the Crestron Design Showroom at the D&D Building in New York and Pacific Design Center in California, direct access to Crestron design consultants, partner rewards, website directory listing, VIP invitations to exclusive events, marketing support, and much more.
“With the new IDP program we're furthering our commitment to partner with interior designers in both residential and commercial markets,” said Sean Goldstein, Crestron VP of Marketing.
“Designers know their clients want the latest technology, but they find it challenging to keep up with what's possible,” said Ami Wright, Crestron Director of Residential Market Development. “This program gives interior designers access to Crestron resources and expertise, provides them with the assistance they need, and makes it easy to bring integrated technology solutions to their clients.”
To learn more about the program, fill out the form online.
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