Startups Magazine at CES 2024

Startups Magazine is excited to announce that we will once again be exhibiting at CES in Las Vegas, on the 9th-12th of January. If you’re attending the show, come by Stand 60311 at Eureka Park to pick up a copy of our latest Survival Guide, and have a chat with the team!

CES is one of the most powerful tech events in the world. It is known as the proving ground for breakthrough technologies and global innovators. The event is where the world's biggest brands do business and meet new partners, and the sharpest innovators hit the stage to share insights into the ecosystem. Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), CES features every aspect of the tech sector.

Back in September, CES announced that the 2024 iteration of the event is thirving and on track to surpass the CES 2023 footprint and number of attendees, exhibitors, and global media. The event anticipates 130,000+ attendees, 1,000+ startups within Eureka Park, and 3,500+ exhibitors and a completely sold out West Hall.

“CES 2024 is growing! The show is on track to surpass the CES 2023 exhibit space, with global companies debuting innovation that will solve our most pressing global challenges,” said Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, CTA. “From healthcare to transportation, smart home solutions, AI advancements and beyond, CES 2024 will shine a light on tech innovation that will change our world for the better.”

The top technology categories expected at CES 2024 include AI, sustainability, startups, digital health, and transportation and mobility – including LVCC West Hall featuring more than 300 companies. The West Plaza will be filled with self-driving demonstrations and EVTOL exhibits. Global brands exhibiting at CES 2024 include Amazon, BMW, Bosch, Caterpillar, Google, Honda, Hyundai, Intel, John Deere, LG Electronics, L’Oreal, Mercedes-Benz, Panasonic, Qualcomm, Samsung, Sony, Stellantis, and Vizio.   

Conference and Keynotes

Alongside all the fantastic companies exhibiting at the show will come a conference programme that is due to be jam-packed full of business and technology insights. Keynotes that have already been announced for the event are:

  • Dr Roland Busch, CEO, Siemens - Busch will showcase technology that is enabling leading brands to improve the way we live, work, move, and make.
  • CTA State of the Industry Address - CTA’s State of the Industry Address will shine a spotlight on how technology helps people tackle the world’s most pressing problems. This address will be conducted by Gary Shapiro, President and CEO of CTA, and Kinsey Fabrizio, Senior VP, CES and Membership of CTA.
  • Nicolas Hieronimus, CEO, L’Oréal - Hieronimus is due to share the role that sustainable, accessible and inclusive beauty tech plays in driving positive impact.
  • Doug McMillon, CEO, Walmart - McMillon will share Walmart’s vision to design and build technology that will usher in the next generation of retail.
  • CES Keynote Conversations (Tuesday) - Intel's CEO, Pat Gelsinger, will sit down for a keynote conversation, joined by CNBC Nasdaq correspondent Kristina Partsinevelos. The discussion will centre on the vital roles silicon and software have in rendering AI more accessible. They will delve into how these technologies contribute to powerful computing and bolster modern economies. This will be followed by a keynote conversation featuring Gail Boudreaux, President and CEO of Elevance Health. Boudreaux will discuss how the company employs technology to transform healthcare into a more proactive, predictive, and personalised service.
  • Kisun Chung, Vice Chairman and CEO, HD Hyundai - Chung will showcase how comprehensive innovation in building smart infrastructure will shape a more sustainable future.
  • CES Keynote Conversations (Wednesday) - Qualcomm's CEO, Cristiano Amon, and FOX Business Network’s Liz Claman will engage in a CES keynote conversation, emphasising the future interactions between users and their devices in the AI era. Subsequently, Nasdaq Chair Adena Friedman will lead the CES keynote conversation, focusing on how the financial industry plans to utilise technology in addressing significant societal issues.
  • Best Buy - Best Buy CEO Corie Barry will discuss how the company is adapting to evolving consumer technology demands. The one-on-one discussion will be hosted by Fortune CEO Alan Murray.

Where we’ll be

Startups Magazine will be pitched up at stand 60311, handing out copies of our latest Survival Guide and chatting with plenty of startups and entrepreneurs! You may even see Deputy Editor, Anna Wood, around conducting video interviews with many of the groundbreaking startups in attendance.

If you haven’t already, grab a ticket here.

We look forward to seeing you all there!