Today I saw a special invite for Vegas Tech companies to attend the World Trade Center Breakfast at CES and I was reminded of what a great asset Las Vegas has: amazing conferences. CES is one of the most amazing conferences anywhere. If you want to know anyone in the consumer electronics space they are there.
As such, I’m interested to hear how other Vegas Tech companies are planning to work the CES conference. I’ve been lucky enough to swing a press pass to the event, but almost all of the Vegas Tech companies that I know should have been able to get free passes to the event since you work in the consumer electronics industry. If you don’t have a pass already, you can do like I did last year and tweet your need for a pass. If you’re in the industry there’s usually a way to get into the show.
If you’ve never been, trust me. CES is off the charts big and worth checking out if you’ve never gone.
One thing I really love about CES is that they’ve started creating basically sub conferences as part of the overall conference. For example, I’ll be attending the Digital Health Summit while at CES since I do a lot of work in the healthcare field for my company Healthcare Scene. They even have a whole section devoted to Health Care technology.
CES has plenty of other niches. In fact, I think they have something that will pretty much be interesting to anyone in the Vegas Tech community.
I’d love to hear who else is planning to go to CES. What secrets can you share about CES? How do you plan to make the most of the event in our backyard? If any Vegas Tech companies are exhibiting, let us know as well so we can stop by and say hi (assuming we can find you).