Consumer Electronics Show, CES

08 Jan - 11 Jan 2019
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

The International CES , the Consumer Electronics Show, is the largest show of its type. It has been described as the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies.

There are typically over 160 000 attendees, of whom around 40 000 come from outside the USA. Additionally there are normally over 600 media professionals enabling the event to provide a major platform for new products and techniques. Also there are normally over 2500 representatives from the financial professions. All these people come to visit more than 3500 exhibitors and there there are normally more than 20 000 new product announcements.

The whole of the exhibition is where many professionals meet and network and much business is undertaken.

In addition to the exhibition there is a comprehensive conference programme. Not only are there keynotes from industry leaders and thought leaders, but there are also special conference tracks organised to focus on particular areas of the consumer electronics business and the related technologies.

If you want to see what is happening and where electronics technology is leading, the Consumer Electronics Show, CES will give one of the best opportunities.

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Date 08 Jan - 11 Jan 2019
Location Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
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