CES 2018 is the global stage for innovation and will span more than 2.6 million net square feet of exhibit space and feature more than 3,900 exhibiting companies unveiling technologies, products and services that touch every industry, including the content industry. It is the largest electronics show in the world that all the communications professionals in technology will follow and being involved.
Chinese innovation-driven companies have taken the center stage in recent years, bringing bigger and more exciting challenges to professionals involved in the preparation of their company's or client's show presence. But with so much happening, how can you stand out?
For our second China Tech PR Network event, we inviteNicky Szmala, Senior Marketing Campaign Manager, AR/VR, Tablets and Smart Home at Lenovo and Dionne Holder, Managing Director, China at FreemanXP for an insightful dialogue about preparing for CES from a communication's perspective, based on their previous experiences of announcements and event organizations at CES, as they are less than 3 weeks away from the largest tech show in the world!
About China Tech PR Network
With the technology world evolving so fast every day, the demand for good PR talents specialized in Tech in China increases tremendously. PR professionals are required to not only have good understanding of the PR hard skills, but also be able to stay on the edge of the trends of all the aspect of technology and innovation development, and understand the fast changing needs and communication challenges of tech startups as well as multinational tech giants.
China Tech PR Network, co-organized by leading tech PR specialist agency Influence Matters and conference & network company SC Media, aimed to to bring communication experts and young PR talents from the tech industry, PR, marketing, and digital agencies together, to exchange insightful ideas and good practices in terms of how effective PR communications can take tech business to another level. And more importantly, to create a lively networking space for tech PR professionals in China, where people can learn firsthand experiences and industry insights, exchange the latest news, trends and ideas and expand their personal professional networks.
The dialogue and Q&A session will be in English during this event.