CES 2021 Goes Virtual: Positives and Negatives

Issue 21 - 2020 and Virtual CES, Looking Back, Looking Forward

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CES 2021 Goes Virtual: Positives and Negatives

Thinking back to CES 2020 and years past, the biggest difference for our team from this year’s CES was the networking and collisions that always occurred for us at the conference. Most pointed was not being able to walk through the startup pavilion and meet the founders over the days we would attend. The 2021 virtual edition of CES did not even come close to this important experience. However, our team was able to attend many programs and panels, which was always difficult due to the incredible time it would take to walk or travel between events and pavilions. In 2020 we focused almost all our energy on meeting founders and other meetings and got to see very little of the content. Net-net, we look forward to the live event again in the future.

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