International CES Asia Attracts Over 4,500 Technology Professionals


Registration for the International CES Asia opened three weeks ago. Since its launch, over 4,500 consumer technology professionals from 80 different countries have registered.

The event will run from May 25 through the 27 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center in Shanghai. International CES Asia will give businesses all over the world a chance to showcase their latest technologies and products that will be entering the Asian market.

The technology professionals who have already registered include resellers, product designers, buyers (both domestic and international), engineers, manufacturers, distributers and more. Professionals from nearly every spectrum of the consumer technology industry will be in attendance.

CES Asia will be a global gathering place for influencers in the tech industry. More than half of the events pre-registrants are from outside of China. In fact, 37 percent are from North and South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Oceania. Twenty percent are from Asian countries outside of China.

Professionals from some of the most recognizable global brands will attend CES Asia, including Yahoo!, eBay, Facebook, BMW, Oracle, AIG, Walt Disney, IKEA, Dell, Porsche, Amazon and Nike. Over 80 businesses from around the world have reserved a place in the 8,500 net square meters exhibit space. Some of the product categories that will be featured include robotics, 3D printing, smart home technology, lifestyle, sports and fitness, and more.

An extended list of exhibitors will be announced at the CES Unveiled Tokyo event on February 18 in Tokyo, Japan.

It has been three years since CEA has sponsored a tradeshow in China. Shanghai is an ideal location for the event as it’s a global trading city and offers excellent convention facilities.

International CES Asia is owned by the CEA (Consumer Electronics Association) and organized in part by Intex. Those who attend the conference will gain exclusive access to China’s largest brands as well as large global brands.



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