The world’s largest electronics expo, CES to start this week

“The most influential tech event in the world”, CES will start on Thursday in Las Vegas. More than 3,000 companies will exhibit at CES this year, a third of them coming to the show for the first time.

“CES 2023 will harness the power of human-to-human interaction to keep the innovation engine moving forward,’ says Consumer Technology Association (CTA), organiser of the annual event, cited by DailyMail.

“CES is the most influential tech event in the world – the proving ground for breakthrough technologies and global innovators. This is where the world’s biggest brands do business and meet new partners, and the sharpest innovators hit the stage.”


More than 100,000 people are expected to attend the event, including manufacturers, retailers, content providers, and tech enthusiasts. CES is known for showcasing new and innovative products in the areas of consumer electronics, technology, and related industries. “We are thrilled with the show’s momentum and look forward to opening the halls of innovation in January. We’ll learn about emerging global economic trends, what’s next in healthcare, automotive, Web3/metaverse and see the nexus of technology for good,” said Gary Shapiro CEO at CTA.

While big names like Meta, Google, Samsung, Amazon or Sony will join the event, Apple is not on the list, as the company prefers to organize its launching events independently. Samsung chose the slogan “Bringing calm to our connected world” for the invites to its CES press conference. The tech giant won already 46 CES 2023 Innovation Awards, including three Best of Innovation Honorees from the Consumer Technology Association, as stated on Samsung’s website.

The show will take place on 5-8 January and will “highlight how innovations in sustainability, transportation and mobility, digital health, the metaverse and more are addressing the world’s greatest challenges. Audiences will hear from industry experts during live keynotes, including leaders from John Deere, AMD, BMW, Delta Air Lines and Stellantis,” states the official website.