How is CES being covered this year? The situation is still “clear as mud,” as our August head line stated. We’ve begun hearing from some of the players you care about most, and they will be there in person — just not at pre-Covid scale, and with more than a little trepidation.
CES is virtual this year, just like the accompanying and independent product showcases — Pepcom, ShowStoppers, CES Unveiled and Techfluence. This shift to cyberspace creates fresh opportunity to lead this category. Last week we spoke with the least known of the four brands — Techfluence — which hopes to reinvent the show-within-a-show CES experience.
CES 2021 is six weeks away. We’ve been asking whether editors care. Most can’t yet conceive of a virtual CES and are waiting to see what the Consumer Tech Association comes up with. The show organizer has announced keynote speakers and Microsoft’s role as virtual platform provider and little more.
There’s CES — monstrous, unconquerable CES — and then there are the events within the event. Pepcom and Showstoppers and CES Unveiled. The floor tours during the show. They’re all designed to bring CES into focus for exhibitors and journalists.
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