Registration for CE Week 2016 is now open
Prospective attendees who’ve been patiently waiting for registration to open for the New York metropolitan area’s largest consumer technology event can finally get themselves all signed up. CE Week 2016 signups are officially underway.
CE Week, which will run June 21-23 at The Metropolitan Pavilion/Altman Building, brings together top media, industry analysts, and technology thought leaders for an event filled with product debuts, education, and networking, all with a keen focus on the hottest trends in the technology industry. Put on by the Consumer Technology Publishing Group of NAPCO Media, publisher of Dealerscope and Technology Integrator, CE Week 2016 will feature hundreds of top brands, innovators, and startups showcasing the latest tech products, as well as a series of free conferences on the “most relevant technology trends,” like 3D printing, health and fitness, robotics, smart home, VR, wearables, and more.
Special show floor exhibits that will be on display this year include the Startup Pavilion and a special section dedicated to wearables. The Startup Pavilion is where tech innovators and entrepreneurs will debut their new products to key influencers, investors, and the press. The Wearables exhibit will showcase the latest trends in the high tech/high style industry from smart fabrics, to AR glasses, to wearable technology, and more.
Here’s a look at some of the CE Week event highlights:
- B&H Opening Night Party: On the evening of June 21 at 7:00 p.m., press, tech influencers, industry VIP's and CE Week exhibitors are invited to a gala party at B&H Photo Video's SuperStore on 34th Street and 9th Avenue to celebrate CE Week in NYC.
- VIP Press Event: Powered by Showstoppers, the CE Week Press Event provides press exclusive access to miles of aisles of hot new products. Scheduled 3 p.m. - 6 p.m., June 22 at the Metropolitan Pavilion.
- getgeeked NY: Participating companies will engage passionate, hard-to-reach consumers whose shared opinions are having a significant impact on the success or failure of today's new tech products and services. Scheduled 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., June 22at the Metropolitan Pavilion.
- Blogger Workshops: Breakfast and lunch events for 20-25 pre-selected bloggers hosted by veteran journalist, Andrea Smith. Scheduled 9:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m., June 23at the Metropolitan Pavilion.
CE Week is also partnering with two other conferences for this year’s event, bringing together a host of additional learning and networking opportunities. The CE Partner Conferences this year include the Women in Consumer Technology Forum, which will focus on empowering women in the consumer tech industry, and the C3 Connected Mobility Conference, the fourth annual C3 event—produced by Doug Newcomb—that will examine how emerging tech can help New York and other urban metropolises create connected mobility solutions and position themselves as cities of the future.
To register for CE Week 2016, visit www.ceweekny.com. Registration for media is free, and press will have access to exclusive areas and events throughout the week.