CES celebrates 50 years

CES celebrates 50 years

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In a few days in Las Vegas the 50th CES will kick off. It is one of the biggest tech shows in the world. CES 2017 will feature new marketplaces, more than 850 first-time exhibitors, seven keynote addresses, expanded conference programming, additional SuperSessions and enhanced show floor services. With three main venue locations in Tech East, Tech West and Tech South and more than 24 product categories showcasing the hottest tech trends, expect to experience a whole lot of “whoa-ments” at CES 2017.

Also, Eureka Park is one of the most exciting areas of CES because it showcases innovative products, services, and technologies from young startups, change makers and risk takers. It's where people get the inside track on the technologies and businesses that are disrupting industries, creating new markets and have the potential to change society.

CES 2017 BY THE NUMBERS:

  • 223 thousand net square meters
  • 165,000 attendees expected
  • 150 countries
  • 3,800+ exhibitors
  • 24 product categories
  • 20 Marketplaces
  • 300 conference sessions

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