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What to expect from an all-digital CES 2021? 

By Charles, December 17, 2020
Every January the masses flock to Las Vegas in search of the next big thing in tech. For over 50 years, the CES has become the proving ground for breakthrough technologies and global innovators. In 2021, the next CES will take on a whole new form going for the first time in its history all-digital. 
The Klaxoon team at CES 2020

Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association, the CES annually welcomes 170,000 attendees and 4,400 exhibitors featuring every aspect of the tech sector.

Becoming an all-digital affair is a tall order and the tech industry is eagerly anticipating what to expect.

We sat down with Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of the Consumer Technology Association, to find out all the answers to what attendees, exhibitors, press, and tech enthusiasts can expect from the upcoming all-digital CES 2021.

In our 30-minute Klaxoon Live Talk, Gary went into detail on his decision to go all-digital, the challenges encountered, all the details on what to expect, and how to maximize your presence as an attendee or exhibitor. He shared his thoughts on how the world had changed and where the future of work was going. He highlighted Klaxoon’s rapid rise and success at CES from showcasing its newest products to becoming a 4-time CES innovation award winner while helping teams around the world collaborate better with its forward-thinking technologies.

Watch now to get Gary’s top insights as you prepare your upcoming CES 2021.

By Charles, Head of International Marketing
Charles Kergaravat is head of international marketing at Klaxoon, an award-winning company that is changing the way businesses harness the power of teams with solutions designed to make meetings more efficient and work practices more collaborative. He has conducted multiple studies to measure how new ways of working are affecting and changing work habits at the intersection of people, places, and technology.