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Jan. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2012 International CES conference broke its 45-year attendance record and showcased over 20,000 new products that were seen by 153,000 attendees. Forty different conference tracks discussed the state of the technology industry with hundreds of speakers, panelists and keynotes in just four days. Boom. That's a lot.
But with all the hype, commotion and can-not-miss content flowing throughout the four day event, we're quick to forget the one thing we should be asking ourselves, "What does all of this mean for my brand?"
Ogilvy & Mather breaks down the 2013 International CES conference into bite size chunks of the most important brand-related takeaways and trends. Ogilvy's digital leaders will scour the exhibition floors to unveil emerging and relevant technology, highlight keynotes and find answers to the questions we all want asked.
Findings will be shared via social media platforms to offer both attendees and non-attendees updates in real-time. Follow Ogilvy & Mather on Twitter (@OGILVYATCES) and check out
http://ogilvyatces2013.com for a collection of important ideas, messages and trends your brand needs to know from CES moving forward.
After the conference, Ogilvy will compile the "Top Lessons for Brands from CES" into a report that will be shared online at
WHO: Ogilvy & Mather representatives will be at CES posting real-time updates on
http://ogilvyatces2013.com and tweeting from @OGILVYATCES, breaking down key insights and learnings from over 300 sessions and 900 expert speakers that are relevant to brands.
WHEN: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 -
Friday, January 11, 2013WHERE: Las Vegas Convention Center and World Trade Center (LVCC)/Las Vegas Hotel & Casino (LVH) 3150 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89109
For more information: Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for details
SOURCE Ogilvy & Mather