Bringing in more than 3,200 exhibitors who will unveil the latest products and services across the ecosystem of consumer technologies, the 2014 International CES will return to Las Vegas from Jan. 7-10.
During CES, Eureka Park TechZone will showcase homegrown innovations in consumer technology and become a hub for entrepreneur and startup community members. To be held in the Venetian Resort and Casino, Eureka Park TechZone expanded by 30 percent, over 2,000 square meters, to feature more than 200 exhibits.
“The Eureka Park TechZone provides a stage for new companies with technologies for which we don’t yet have product categories, to market their innovation to venture capitalists, media and buyers,” said Karen Chupka, senior vice president, International CES and corporate business strategy, CEA. “We are thrilled to once again partner with UP Global and the National Science Foundation for the 2014 CES and can’t wait to experience the ‘Eureka’ ideas that will fuel and transform our lives in the years to come.”
Other partners include General Electric Company (GE) and AT&T.
Eureka Park will also feature the Academia Tech TechZone, which will focus on technologies coming from colleges and universities. Columbia University; N.C. State; University of Texas at Austin; and Penn State University are confirmed as exhibitors.
Also coming to CES is Eureka Park: NEXT TechZone, a dedicated area designed for mid-stage startups that have launched a product within the past year.
For more information and a list of events, visit www.CESweb.org.
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