Annual trade show in Las Vegas will feature exhibitors from 57 countries, including over 600 start-ups
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will draw 50,000 industry professionals from the global tech community for its event in Las Vegas next month.
Returning to Eureka Park for the sixth year, CES 2017 will run from the January 5-8 and feature exhibitors from 57 countries, including over 600 start-ups.
CTA President and CEO Gary Shapiro said: “In some way, shape or form, every major technology company on the planet participates in our show.
“Global leaders from companies large and small, government, media and more convene at CES to share or experience that latest products and services.
CES 2017 will have special areas designed to specifically show off the international aspects of the show, including the Global Technology Marketplace which will be home to nearly 900 international exhibitors.
London-based Art Stavenka founder and Director Kino-mo said: “We’ve been looking for the best way to launch our new technology that allows images to appear floating in the air.
“CES provides us a perfect platform for the launch such a product to the many industry stakeholders we meet there every year.”
HEASE Robotics CTO and co-founder Jade Le Maitre from Lyon added: “We launched HEASE Robotics because we believe that robotics will change our lives.
“We are looking forward to meeting potential customers and gathering feedback at CES. It’s incredible how startups gain visibility when exhibiting at Eureka Park.”