Ring sign with MUSTARD to help launch their smarthome security products across Europe
BOT owners of Ring, the American brand dedicated to smarthome security, have signed a go-to-market partnership agreement with The Mustard Concept to launch their range of products across mainland Europe.
Ring’s mission is to reduce crime in communities and allow their customers to monitor their home with one tap of their device, home security at your fingertips!
The innovative products in the range from RING are:
Video Doorbell: Answer the door from anywhere. Get instant alerts when visitors ring your doorbell or trigger the built-in motion sensors. Use the free Ring app to see, hear and speak to guests from your smartphone, tablet or PC.
Video Doorbell Pro: More advanced features than the Video Doorbell with an ultra slim design. Includes 24 VAC transformer and Chime.
Stick Up Cam: Weather-resistant and wire-free, mount Stick Up Cam anywhere to see, hear and speak with your visitors.
Floodlight Cam: The world’s only motion-activated HD security camera with built-in floodlights, a siren alarm and two-way talk.
Chime: Connect Chime to all of your Ring devices and receive Ring notifications anywhere in your home.
Chime Pro: Chime Pro extends your Wi-Fi signal and amplifies your Ring alerts indoors.
Solar Panel: Connect Solar Panel to Stick Up Cam to get non-stop power and never have to charge the battery again.
Solar Security Sign: An illuminated warning sign so unwanted visitors know you are protected by Ring.
Paul McIntosh, MUSTARD’s Managing Director, commented on the partnership saying our many years of expertise in helping innovative brands such as RING gain access to retailers in key European regions rapidly is ultimately why this partnership has been agreed. MUSTARD’s proven and unique go-to-market formula together with our European based team is already in full action, it will be an exciting couple of years with RING.
All of the products will be available to purchase from key retailers in France and Germany in early June and across most other key European regions soon afterwards.