Launch.it partners with CEA


Consumer Electronics Show
Consumer Electronics Show (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Launch.it, the event news and social information management platform, announced today its partnership with the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, the preeminent trade association for the consumer electronics industry, to power the official news channel for their Eureka Park exhibitors at the 2013 International CES®. Through this partnership, Eureka Park exhibitors will have their own branded news site providing all CES media, attendees and investors access to exhibitor company news, updates and announcements all in one, easy to search, central location. This platform ensures that the more than 130 startups exhibiting in Eureka Park at the 2013 CES, the world’s largest innovation event, can easily be found, discovered and shared before, during and after the event.

 

The Eureka Park TechZone is the premier destination at the 2013 CES where retailers, venture capitalists, manufacturers and other key attendee groups will find budding entrepreneurs, fledgling startups and homegrown innovation. Eureka Park is presented in partnership with the National Science Foundation and Startup America, an independent nonprofit entity launched at the White House in 2011 to help young companies succeed in order to accelerate job growth in America.

 

“Every great company starts with a eureka moment, a unique idea that launches the next must-have product or service. And through our partnership with CEA, we have ensured that you can now find these companies within their dedicated home in the Eureka Park TechZone and online through their dedicated interactive news site,” said Brian Cohen, CEO and Co-Founder of Launch.it. “I’ve worked at and attended CES for more than thirty years and it has been one of the best places to find these fledgling start-ups and diamond in-the-rough companies waiting to be discovered and make it big.”

 

 

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