Over 170,000 Industry Professionals Attend 2015 International CES

The 2015 International CES, held January 6-9 in Las Vegas, drew more than 170,000 industry professionals. This includes over 45,000 international attendees.

With over 3,600 exhibitors in more than 2.2 million net square feet of exhibit space, the 2015 CES was the largest show in its history. This show featured 375 startup companies, up from 220 last year, and three new venues (Tech East, Tech West and C Space at ARIA).

“This CES vastly exceeded our expectations. The show inspired and likely gave almost every attendee a sense that innovation will provide solutions to a range of global issues from the environment and agriculture to transportation, health and safety,” says Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. “CES is the center of convergence among content, services and products, combining to create amazing new technologies to improve our lives and entertain us. It’s been incredible to see thought leaders from many diverse communities come together for cross industry collaboration.”

Next year, the International CES will take place in Las Vegas Wednesday, January 6 – Saturday, January 9, 2016.

“Attendees from an array of industries were able to have the optimal CES experience across our three venues, Tech East, Tech West and C Space, based on their business needs and meeting schedules,” says Karen Chupka, senior vice president, International CES and corporate business strategy. “Our strategy of creating diverse CES experiences for our attendees appears to have succeeded. Our attendees were able to find focused technology areas while travelling easily and seamlessly among venues.”

Don’t miss out your CES Asia 2015 experience from May 25-27, 2015 at Shanghai, China!

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