San Francisco – The Aging Technology Alliance (AgeTek), a
trade group of companies that develop and/or market technology-based products
designed for the senior market, will hold its annual member meeting
during International CES in Las Vegas next month.
The meeting will be held at the the
in North Hall
booth 3209 on Thursday, January 12th from 5:00 to
7:00 p.m. CES is being held in Las Vegas January 10 to 13.
The Alliance also
announced that it would open its event to non-members who wish to learn more
about the benefits of joining the consortium.
AgeTek represents companies and
organizations dedicated to promoting the awareness, benefits and value of
products and services for our aging society. Members’ products and services
allow seniors to remain independent and age in place at home, as well as
empower many seniors to enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle while securing their
mobility. AgeTek is focused on bringing greater awareness to their industry,
products, and to its select group of companies that are working together (and
independently) to develop better-designed, less expensive and better-tested
products for the senior consumer.
The AgeTek Pavilion will feature
members such as
AgeTek members on the CES floor (North Hall) are
CES Attendees can enter to win a
, valued at $250, by getting an AgeTek CES Passport stamped
at each of the AgeTek member booths at CES. AgeTek CES Passports are available
inside the Silvers Summit program, and at the AgeTek Pavilion.
Non-members are welcome to attend
both the annual meeting as well as the meet ‘n greet. Advance registration is not required,
but for those interested in booking an appointment with an AgeTek board member
in advance, please contact
Laura Mitchell, Board Member, Aging Technology Alliance at: 262-338-6147,
or at the show (text message is best): 262-707-6726.
New AgeTek members who register at
CES will receive a 10% discount on their 2012 membership fee. To learn more
about becoming a member of the Alliance, visit the AgeTek Pavilion or go to the
page of the AgeTek website at