CES is the world's largest technology fair. Held in Las Vegas between January 9th to January 12th CES 2018 will host 3,900 companies across 232,000 net square meters and is expecting more than 170,000 total attendance.
The show attracts top global brands and thought leaders, including 68,000 senior-level executives. New attractions at CES next year include Smart Cities at CES, CES Sports Zone, the Artificial Intelligence Marketplace, Design & Source Showcase and the High-Tech Retailing Conference.
techUK have secured support from the Department of International Trade to run a UK Pavilion within the Eureka Park start-up arena. Eureka Park will host more than 800 startups from 35 countries, up from 600 last year. More than 1,100 companies from across the world have exhibited within Eureka Park since its inception in 2012.
Paul Hide, techUK, said "We are delighted to have received some Government support to allow a combined UK presence at this year's show. techUK will be supporting all of our UK pavilion exhibitors and members at this years show to help them take advantage of exposure and access to a global market place".
The CTA led launch event this week was attended by a mix of UK technology entrepreneurs and journalists. The BBC ran a piece on the event, a link to which can be accessed below:
Steve Koenig, CTA's Senior Director of Research, presented an overview of the tech trends visitors to CES 2018 will see. Developments and applications relating to 5G, A.I., Robotics, Virtual and Augmented Reality and Smart Cities will be key focus sectors.
A copy of Steve's presentation is available for member download below.
To find out more about techUK's plans for CES 2018 contact: