CES Eureka Park Fostering Excitement, Growth
CES Unveiled in New York 38 of the most exciting products that will be showcased at the 50th anniversary of the Consumer Electronic Show in January. Centered in the middle of the Metropolitan Pavilion was what CES has dubbed "Eureka Park" a platform that provides the opportunity to launch new products, services or ideas.
Even more recently, the Consumer Tech Association (CTA) has increased the space for startups by about 16%, housing nearly 600 companies looking to build brand awareness and forge cross-market partnerships.
“Startups represent the heart and soul of innovation, working from the ground up – many times under less than ideal conditions – to make their dreams a reality and launch a product, service or app that might change our world,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO of CTA said in a statement. “CES is about making business dreams comes true and showcasing the most promising new innovations."