The Business Impact of CES


1. FURTHERING GLOBAL BUSINESS

 

 

Investors have contributed $10+billion to startups within Eureka Park


CES keynoters experience significant stock price increases after making announcements at CES


The average executive holds 29 meetings while at CES


1/3 of CES attendees come from outside the U.S.

2. STARTUP SUCCESS

 

 

The Impossible Whopper: Impossible Foods was discovered at CES 2019 by Burger King - the Impossible Whopper is now sold nationwide.


Ring Doorbell: Debuted at CES 2019 and was then acquired by Amazon – now valued at $1.2 billion.


Benjilock: After launching at CES, Benjilock secured funding from Shark Tank, leading to a major licensing deal with Hampton.


3. DRIVING ECONOMIC GROWTH

Since 1978, CES has drawn 4.9 million attendees to Las Vegas.


To date, the estimated economic impact to Las Vegas from CES is more than $6 billion.


CES 2020 had an estimated economic impact of $291 million to Las Vegas, including $169 million in direct spending.


4. KEY PLAYERS

 

 

 

Government officials, policymakers and business leaders attend CES to experience innovation and forge partnerships.


Start-ups to Fortune 500 companies break news.

  • 3.1K+ media in attendance (CES 2022)

  • 177K+ stories produced (CES 2022)


At CES 2020:

  • 330 of the Fortune500 companies were represented

  • 94% of exhibitors said their annual sales were influenced by the show


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