Consumer Technology Association Announces 2022 In-Person Event

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The Press Release:
CES 2022 will be in person on January 5-8 in Las Vegas with strong safety measures in place, and our digital access is also available for people that don’t wish to, or can’t travel to Las Vegas. Our mission remains to convene the industry and give those who cannot attend in person the ability to experience the magic of CES digitally.

While we recently received 42 exhibitor cancellations (less than 7% of our exhibit floor), since last Friday we’ve added 60 new exhibitors for our in-person event. Registrations for both our digital access and our Las Vegas event are continuing to show strong momentum, with thousands more registrations in the last few days.

CES 2022 will go forward as important innovation for world health and safety, mobility and solving problems will be exhibited. Furthermore, thousands of smaller and medium sized companies rely on CES for their business. We have increased our official count to over 2200 exhibitors and as announced yesterday many of our top elected officials from both political parties will be at CES.

Given CES’ comprehensive health measures — vaccination requirement, masking and availability of COVID-19 tests — coupled with lower attendance and social distancing measures, we are confident that attendees and exhibitors can have a socially distanced but worthwhile and productive event in Las Vegas, as well as a rewarding experience on our digital access.

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Piercing Ken Thoughts: As you probably already know, we just love conventions and tradeshows here at “The Chronicles of Piercing Ken”, and depending on what kind of show it will be have a strong appreciation for them over on the website as well. Now I am a fan of technology and gadgets for sure but I’ve never adventured over to the CES event despite having wanted to do so for a few years. It’s not always easy to work the budget out or the travel and accommodations since we live in an expensive city and are not sponsored by any advertisers. Maybe 2022 will find that changing but I digress. Sharing the news about a massive tradeshow is now par for the course here on “The Chronicles” and this event is around the corner so I didn’t mind reminding you all about it. Closing up I wonder who among you have attended and if you are considering going as the surge of virus cases grows. My own New York City is a bit of a disaster right now and IMHO was partially due to our inept Mayor who is thankfully leaving office in a few days. Anyway, chime in as you like but keep it to topic and I will see you next time around. Stay safe out there.


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