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Things to Know Before CES Registration Opens

Registration for CES 2023 opens in just a few weeks. Here are some things attendees can expect from the show, which takes place January 5-8 in Las Vegas.1. Exhibitor Showcases: With more than 1200 confirmed exhibitors — and counting — from across the tech industry, there will be something for everyone.

  • Global tech powerhouses such as Amazon, LG, Mercedes-Benz, Samsung, and Sony are once again bringing us their latest product launches and cutting-edge innovations.
  • After making its CES debut earlier this year, Ukraine Tech is set to join hundreds of other promising startups and entrepreneurs at Eureka Park this January.
  • And a special welcome to some of our first-time exhibitors including BYD Motors, Candela, Shinsegae Food and Waabi.

2. New Categories: Metaverse, Remote Work Tech and Web3 join a growing list of expanding show categories that will appear on the show floor and conference programming.3. Where Business Gets Done: Now, more than ever, it’s important to make the most of business travel. Attending CES allows attendees to make one trip to connect with the industry. Meet partners, customers, media, investors and policymakers face-to-face. 4. An Exclusive ExperienceCES is the place to see technology in action. The Indy Autonomous Challenge is back and faster than ever with a challenge exclusive to CES attendees. Don’t miss this display of engineering mastery that prioritizes autonomous racecar safety without compromising performance at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

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