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The worldwide commercial IoT market is forecasted to grow from $385B in 2019 to $687B in 2025, attaining a CAGR of 10.1% according to Technology Business Research's latest forecast.  

IoT startups see opportunity in the inefficient, time-consuming approaches complex industries rely on to get work done. There are over 34,000 IoT startups in Crunchbase alone, competing across enterprise and automotive IoT, commercial, automotive, manufacturing, retail & wholesale trade, and transportation industries. There's been a 27% increase in IoT startups and related businesses on Crunchbase in just a year, growing from 26,792 in 2019 to 34,120 today. (Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/louiscolumbus/2020/05/25/the-top-20-iot-startups-to-watch-in-2020/ )

IoT startup funding achieved a 15% year-over-year increase from Q1, 2019 to Q1, 2020, reaching $4.7B for the latest calendar quarter according to Venture Scanner's IoT Q1 Funding Update

Connected devices are a norm rather than an optional add-on nowadays. With hundreds of startups emerging each year, Internet of Things (IoT) technology has been making significant strides in the IT industry. According to Forbes, 26,792 startups rely on IoT to launch new products. The market looks lucrative too. This is why investors are pouring millions into IoT startups. More than 78 percent of IoT startups have had two funding rounds with early-stage rounds being the most common. The total IoT startup funding reached $16.7 billion in 2018. (Source: http://techgenix.com/iot-startups/)

What makes us unique

  • We have a franchise network with physical stores where consumers and businesses can experience these devices hands-on

  • We provide a unique training programme with relative certification to help create the necessary trained engineers

  • We offer installation and on-site support 

  • We have the highest level of expertise and knowledge to ensure we can provide a robust, modern, and valuable set of products at a competitive price point

 

Recent investments for IoT companies

The update we are publishing now, just in case it was needed, is a confirmation of what has already been written using the best newspapers, agencies, companies with their studies on Iot. This one is this a large investment led by Northzone with the participation of investors including JLL Spark, Concrete VC, The Venture Collective, and Jigsaw VC


London-based IoT startup Infogrid raises £11.5M to make all buildings ‘smart’ - UKTN (UK Tech News) 
 

Recent news

"Having said that, you must not forget that by the year 2025 IoT devices installed worldwide would be 75.44 Billion.

That is a whopping number, which will relentlessly soar further, will give a positive impact on our lives and businesses alike."

Top 5 IoT Predictions For 2021; What Future Holds? - IoT - Internet of Things 

Below are a list of similar franchises with a foundation of IoT products sales and support activities from around the world:

A similar franchise concept exists in the US today, however, unlike Iot Domus, they don't have physical stores, only vans to offer their product mobilly. https://www.htprosbizopp.com/

In Australia, there is another similar franchise but they specialize solely in Industrial IoT. https://www.iotamy.com/iot-investment-opportunity

Recently, in 2017, Amazon tried entering the market of smart home installation and support, but after a trial in a few US locations, is now offering only remote specialist support.

https://www.engadget.com/2017-07-10-amazon-geek-squad-equivalent.html?guccounter=1  

https://www.amazon.com/b/ref=gurus_shrul?node=14586916011

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