An all-new International CES. One show, two exhibit experiences, countless opportunities.
As our industry continues to grow, evolve and inspire, so do the opportunities at the International CES®. For 2015, we’re introducing two unique exhibit experiences—CES Tech East and CES Tech West. Together they’ll tell the CES story of consumer technology and better accommodate emerging technologies and highlight hot, new categories.
The Sands Expo and Convention Center (Sands) returns to CES’ official venue lineup as part of our new Tech West, featuring the companies and innovations shaping the future. Tech East, anchored by the Las Vegas Convention and World Trade Center (LVCC), will be home to an array of innovative products from today’s top categories.
This new layout promises to make it easier for attendees to find your exhibit and offers more room to showcase your innovations, deliver inspiring experiences and hold important meetings. In other words, everything you’ve been asking for.
Discover the opportunities to participate in the 2015 International CES — from traditional exhibit space, to branding power to non-traditional showcases. Interested in exhibiting or looking to complement your current exhibit space? You’ll discover the flexibility of CES and the power it has to boost your bottom-line.
Whether you’re an industry giant or an adventurous startup, the following pages will be your guide to a world of wonder and invention for 2015.
With more than four decades of success, the International CES reaches across global markets, connects the industry and enables consumer electronics (CE) innovations to grow and thrive. Every year CES draws attendees from around the globe ready to do business. They’re senior-level executives and key decision-makers who are all looking to develop new business partnerships.
CES is where innovation does business.
Want to know more about our attendees? The 2013 CES Attendee Audit Summary provides comprehensive, verified information on who attends the International CES, why they attend and what product categories and services they represent.