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Another One Bites The Dust
The Consumer Technology Association had announced just last week it was officially moving CES 2021 to an all-digital experience, in response to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. This isn’t the first show cancelled or put online in its wake, although it might be the first one set in 2021. It certainly won’t be the last. On this episode of Connected, we discuss the future of CES 2021, and how it will fare in the virtual space. Joining us today is Social Media Business Strategist for UC Strategies Evan Kirstel, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief for Daily DOOH Adrian Cotterill, Global AV Discipline Leader for Shen Milson & Wilke Mark Peterson and Senior Manager of Corporate Strategy for Poly Jonathan Grover as we look at what’s in store for future virtual events. We also discuss the growing role of UC solutions in different workplaces, and the hybridization of remote and in-person employees for companies.
- AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
- CES 2020 was previously discussed (in person) on Connected 24.