Wednesday, January 12, 2022

CES 2022 Recap: The Show Must Go On…And It Did

It’s also important to point out that CES is a showcase for actual product vendors and an event to learn about what’s happening in the consumer technology space. For example, it was immensely gratifying to see esteemed research firm Parks Associates conduct an in-person event on the smart home for the first time in 2 years, which attracted more than 200 participants and was joined by numerous top-echelon industry leaders. In many ways, this was the most heart-warming thing to hear during the entire show. Research events like this are critical for the consumer technology industry as many companies depend on them for product design, positioning, messaging and demand generation decisions that they make.

From the article "CES 2022 Recap: The Show Must Go On...And It Did" by Mark Vena. 

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