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CES Asia 2018 to Highlight More Than 100 Startups from 13 Countries/Regions

Published: May 14,2018

The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced that CES Asia 2018 Startup Park will boast the largest exhibition since its inception, with more than 100 of the most innovative exhibitors from across the world expected to showcase their latest technology. CES Asia will run June 13-15, 2018 at the Shanghai New International Expo Center (SNIEC).

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“We are thrilled to have TechNode producing the CES Asia Startups Awards highlighting some of the most anticipated innovations across the technology industry,” said John T. Kelley, senior director, international programs and show director, CES Asia. “Startup Park attendees will experience the next generation of breakthrough technologies drawing some of the world’s best and brightest startup communities, and even possibly witness the birth of the next ‘Unicorn!’”

“CES Asia Startups Awards will showcase startups with breakthrough technology, and discover the true force of innovation from China and around the world,” the Founder & CEO of TechNode, Dr. Lu Gang, noted.

Startup Park will be returning for the third year to CES Asia and is anticipated to grow 33 percent from 2017 to showcase over 100 startups from Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Holland, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, mainland China, Nordic, Poland, Switzerland, and Taiwan.

Organizers that brought groups to the exhibit area include Beijing Zhongguancun Overseas Science Park, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, La French Tech Shanghai & Business France, Holland Innovation Network, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Inno Park, Microsoft for Startups, nHack, Swissnex China, TusStar, Zhangjiang Park, and Zocus Innovation. Cities like Chengdu and Shenzhen are among many in China with startup parks, demonstrating concentrated efforts to attract domestic and international investment in the latest tech innovation.

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