The connected kitchen market is a nascent one, and while there's no doubt a number of product categories will emerge or be reinvented in coming years, the relative newness of this exciting space has meant there are only a few breakout success stories so far.
Anova Culinary, which introduced its first sous vide cooker in 2013, is one of these early success stories, which is why we are excited to announce the fast-growing company as our headline sponsor for the Smart Kitchen Summit. The company not only has helped to pioneer a new kitchen product category, but with its sub-$200 immersion cooker is one of the companies that has democratized sous vide cooking, a method previously used exclusively by chefs in commercial kitchens.
We're looking forward to hearing from Anova CEO Steve Svajian at our sponsor lunch keynote, as he talks about his experience in building a new consumer product category and what he sees as the industry's biggest opportunities over the next decade.
We are also very excited to welcome Moen as a sponsor to the Smart Kitchen Summit. Moen is one of the world's leading brands for home faucets, and their participation in the summit speaks their commitment to being a part of the conversation about the future of the smart kitchen.
The Smart Kitchen Summit also welcomes Freescale, a company aiming to reinvent core cooking technologies (a key theme at SKS) with their RF cooking devices. The company envisions a world where cooking can be transformed using many of the same technologies we use today in mobile and cellular communications.
If you want to connect with Anova Culinary, Moen and Freescale on November 5th - along with nearly 40 of the leading voices helping to reinvent the connected kitchen that will be speaking at the Smart Kitchen Summit - get your tickets today.