The International Consumer Electronics Show, CES, is no longer the place where you run just to see Sony’s latest PlayStation. CES is about shaping our future: smart homes, new drones, connected devices – this is the place to

With more than 3,600 exhibitors, CES attracts more than 150,000 attendees from 150 countries every year, including the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers. Make sure you get noticed.

Today, as a high-tech company, you are no longer launching devices but improving the whole lifestyle. Any launch of a wearable device should imply a communication about wellness. Just like your product is going to connect people, your presence will enable you to connect with industry leaders and investors, and will offer you a media coverage like no other place. Your challenge will be to be noticed.

Join the ride with the #CES hashtag which is sure to be mentioned over a million times. Offer some insights during the sneak peek six weeks prior to the event in NY, where you can feel the heat and the vibe of the industry.

Newcomers to CES

CES is not just for geeks anymore, but it is no longer just for brands either. You will find today, among the attendees, Government officials from across the U.S. and Canada, and Commerce and Trade representatives from several countries, promoting their innovation industries. Think you might want to rub elbows with official-types? Here’s your chance!

For the little guys

For startups, you may feel that the investment is too large. However, keep in mind that the opportunity is even bigger than the risk, and you can complete the list of world-changing innovations announced at CES. If you’re not planning on getting noticed at CES, maybe you should rethink your plans.


Now that you’ve thought about it a bit, have a look at what CES says about exhibiting.