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Strong momentum continues for CES 2022 in Las Vegas

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Over 1900 exhibitors confirmed and 2400 media registered to attend in person

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced that in the last 10 days, 200 additional companies have signed up to exhibit and an additional 10,000 attendees have registered to attend  CES 2022 in person in Las Vegas on January 5-8, 2022. Cenntro Automotive, HTC, Micron, NVIDIA, TikTok and others are the latest companies to announce their participation showcasing cutting-edge technologies and product launches.

“The excitement continues to build as we get closer to the moment where the world’s most influential technology innovators meet in person with customers, media, investors and policymakers,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. “We are thrilled to now welcome over 1900 exhibitors from all over the world to show how tech is improving our lives and transforming industries.”

Over 2400 members of the media, have now registered to attend CES in person and plan to interact with brands like Amazon, AMD, Boston Consulting, Hyundai, IBM, Intel, LG Electronics, Magna, Meta, Microsoft, Oracle, Panasonic, Procter & Gamble, Qualcomm, Razer, Samsung Electronics, Scosche, Sierra Space, Sony and more. A full exhibitor directory and floorplans can be accessed at CES.tech.


CES 2022 will feature new categories including Food Tech, Space Tech and NFTs. The automotive sector is tracking for record growth and has over 200 exhibitors, a 30 percent increase over CES 2020. Several new companies will be there including TuSimple, who will showcase its self-driving semi-truck, and VinFast, a first-time Vietnamese car manufacturer.
A snapshot of who is coming to CES:

  • 1900+ exhibitors
  • 2400+ members of the media
  • 195 Fortune Global 500 Companies
  • 77 Interbrand 100 Companies
  • 66 top 100 retailers (Based on Twice 2020 Top Retailers)
  • 55% of registered attendees are senior-level
  • 160 countries represented
  • 200+ automotive brands

Safety, security and health are a priority at CES. CTA will continue to monitor and evaluate the health situation and may announce additional protocols closer to the show. CES was early in announcing attendees must be fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the FDA or World Health Organization (WHO). Those who may be unable to travel to Las Vegas, will be able to access CES digitally.


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