The sixth annual CES Unveiled Paris took place this week, co-located with the Mondial Paris Motor Show for the very first time.
It was the largest event in its six-year history, hosting 1,051 attendees from 44 countries and regions, with more than 76 exhibitors. The full-day event, held in collaboration with the Connecting Leaders Club, debuted the Executive Forum on Innovation, with programming focused on such emerging trends as mobility, energy and environment, and artificial intelligence.
It hosted more than 20 speakers, including executives from Axa, Accenture, Google, Salesforce and Valeo, who discussed the future of innovation and trends expected at CES 2019.
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The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), the show’s producer, also used this Unveiled to announce the 55 French companies selected as CES 2019 Innovation Honorees.
“CES Unveiled Paris highlights the innovative spirit fueling Europe’s dynamic tech market, and the French companies recognized as this year’s CES Innovation Award honorees represent the future of technology,” said Karen Chupka, CTA’s executive VP, CES. “The products and services honored today reflect the ingenuity driving our industry forward and improving the way we live, work and play.”
The remaining Innovation honorees will be announced at CES Unveiled New York on Nov. 8.
CES 2019 will run Jan. 8-11, 2019 in Las Vegas. Registration is now open.