Future Plc, the global platform for specialist media, today announces an ambitious virtual exhibition programme that will run as part of the most influential tech event in the world – the Consumer Electronics Show.
Normally held in Las Vegas and a recognised proving ground for breakthrough technologies and global innovators, CES is where the world’s biggest brands do business and meet new partners.
Future’s Innovation Week will run across the entire event (Jan 11th – 14th) and serve as a comprehensive destination for all its world beating tech brand’s CES content, including new, multimedia content, exclusive technology partner programming, demos, news and video interviews.
Delivered through an “Innovation Week Virtual Studio,” with production hubs in New York City, London and Bath, UK, the audience will be able to engage with CES online directly via their favorite web destinations at any time.
The exhibition will also serve as a platform for the highly coveted Future Tech Awards, with a different winner announced every day
○ Future 50* – celebrating the top 50 individuals in technology
○ Reader’s Choice – honoring the best products, as voted by readers
○ Future Choice – the best products, as voted by Future editorial staff
○ Tech Hall of Fame – lifetime achievement award for 2020
“At a time when virtual industry events have become commonplace, we recognize that the people have been inundated, largely with one-dimensional options,” said Gabrielle Kessler, Vice President of Client Solutions for Future. “We are committed to delivering a world-class multimedia experience and effectively becoming an essential hub to our global readership and the CES community as a whole, for any and all things CES all week long, 24/7.”
“Millions of consumers depend on the Future tech brands to bring them the most important technology news every single month,” said Keith Walker Managing Director, Specialist Consumer Technology for Future PLC. “This partnership is the perfect vehicle for our award-winning content teams to educate, excite and inform our audience on what is going to matter throughout 2021. CES effectively sets the tech news cycle for the coming year, and I’m so excited that our journalists will be reporting on that from across the globe.”