Smart Speaker Market in US – Industry Outlook and Forecast 2018-2023 –

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This market research report on US smart speaker market offers analysis
on market size & forecast, market share, industry trends, growth
drivers, and vendor analysis. The market study also includes insights on
segmentation by device type (first-party devices and third-party
devices), by end-users (retail and online), and by distribution channel
(retail and online).

US Smart Speaker Market – Overview

The increasing number of consumers replying on smartphones for
convenience of information is one of the primary factors promoting the
growth of the US smart speaker market. The introduction of
voice-assistance technology that can assist consumers and make their
life convenient will transform the US market. The integration of
prominent virtual assistant such as Siri (Apple), Alexa (Amazon), Google
Assistant (Google), and Cortana (Microsoft) with smart applications is
gaining immense traction in the US market. The economic growth that
helps in the expansion of businesses with the access to finance sources,
B2B marketing spends, and general economic activities will create
lucrative opportunities for manufacturers in the US market. The growing
preference for connected and smart devices is promoting the demand and
sales in the US market.

The launch of the new product model that provide ease-of-use along with
a taste of innovation will lead to the introduction of various models
such as wireless speakers, Bluetooth speakers, and others in the market.
The introduction of speakers with voice technology and product
innovations will transform the US market.

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