CES: The Global Stage for Innovation Inventions and Takeaways

by Jackie Davis

CES, one of the world’s largest consumer technology conferences, began earlier this week in Las Vegas. For over 50 years, the gathering has provided innovators, startups, and dreamers with a place to share their ideas on a global stage. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), owner and producer of this conference, brings together business leaders from all over the world to learn and share from each other. Bringing world-class innovators together creates opportunities for everyone including marketers to learn – learn about customer engagement, the technology that is driving it, and how data can be used throughout a variety of industries to connect with customers. Take a look at some interesting inventions and takeaways that are engaging customers and shaking up the industry.


With over 4,500 exhibits by companies, developers, and manufacturers of consumer technology content, hardware, and more, there is an endless supply of things to see and people to meet.


There are also 250 conference sessions which draw in more than 180,000 attendees from 150 countries. No lack of networking here!


CES spans over 2.5 million net square feet of exhibit space which holds displays from 24 product categories and more than 20 marketplaces. Marketplaces you ask? 3D Printing, AR/VR Gaming, Baby Tech, Tourism, and Sports Technology are just a few.



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