The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is oftentimes where buzz in the consumer tech industry is born. Over the last 50 years, CES has grown to become the largest consumer tech show in the world, attracting executives, manufacturers, retailers, industry analysts and numerous members of the media to its show floor.
As social media becomes increasingly engrained into our daily lives, it has also become an incredibly valuable tool for marketers and brands. Now more than ever, brands want to be “liked,” and social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram afford brands the ability to connect directly with their customers.
Over the last several years, the media buying landscape has undergone a dramatic shift. With advances in technology being developed and adopted by marketers at an increasingly rapid rate, discussions surrounding these innovative marketing technologies have recently been at the center of the advertising industry.
The world’s largest consumer tech show — the Consumer Electronics Show (also known as CES) — is set for Jan. 5-8, 2017, in Las Vegas. CES attracts manufacturers, retailers, industry analysts, senior-level executives and media members galore to its show floor. Last year saw more than 170,000 attendees from all over the world descend upon Sin City.
The Consumer Electronics Show is the largest consumer tech show in the world — attracting manufacturers, retailers, industry analysts and the media. CES 2016 attracted over 170,000 attendees with more than 3,600 exhibitors.
Evolution in technology is enabling more “things” to connect more often around the world, at a pace that’s showing no sign of slowing down.
By 2020, 70 percent of people across the world will be smartphone users and countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East will account for 80 percent of the new subscriptions
It has been a decade since former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg decided to ramp up New York City’s efforts to attract more tourists, and city officials say there is no end to the influx on the horizon.
In Berlin on Wednesday, Fred Dixon, the chief executive of New York’s tourism-marketing agency, NYC & Company, plans to announce a forecast of 59.7 million visitors this year.
Per the approved deal, Starwood’s shareholders will receive 0.8 shares of Marriott along with $21.00 in cash for each share they hold. In addition, they will receive a separate consideration from the spin-off of the company’s timeshare business – Vistana Signature Experiences. Vistana Signature Experiences was acquired by Interval Leisure Group, Inc. in May this year.
The Knickerbocker was ranked as the #5 hotel in the US, the number #3 hotel in New York
WestHouse was named the #6 property in New York City.
LINKS Worldgroup, an integrated marketing communications agency headquartered in Miami, announced it has been appointed as the public relations agency of record for HTC Corporation in Latin America.