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CES 2018 Delegation Program Benefits WTC

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CES® 2018, the global stage for innovation, is owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™, licensee for the World Trade Center Las Vegas. CES is the world’s gathering place for technology and in 2018 will feature more than 3,900 exhibitors across 2.5 million square feet of exhibit space. CES 2018 will run Tuesday, January 9 through Friday, January 12 in Las Vegas, NV.

World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) members are eligible to bring groups of industry professionals to CES through the CES formal delegation program that provides many benefits for delegation leaders and their delegation members. As a delegation leader, you help your clients maximize the value of their trip to CES by assisting them to plan what to see and who to meet at the show.

The CES delegation program is exclusively for attendees from outside the United States who are business professionals affiliated with the consumer technology industry. Groups must be comprised of at least 15 industry affiliated attendees.

WTCA delegation leaders enjoy certain benefits, including a free hotel stay (conditions may apply), for groups larger than 50, and an invitation to the CES Delegation Leader Appreciation Dinner. A complimentary Exhibits Plus Pass registration is among the benefits for all delegation program participants.

Learn more about the benefits offered through the delegation program. (PDF)

For questions or concerns related the CES Delegation Program, contact delegations@CTA.tech.

Not part of a delegation? Eligible WTCA members may email wtclasvegas@CTA.tech to request a complimentary CES registration code while supplies last. CES remains a trade-only event and is not open to the general public. Industry professionals are encouraged to register in advance to ensure quicker review time and processing on-site. International attendees enjoy a range of benefits at CES.

Join an IBP Delegation: CES 2018 is participant in the International Buyer Program (IBP), whereby foreign commercial specialists lead delegations to CES. Trade Specialists assist with registration, setting up meetings with U.S. businesses and more. Locate your local embassy or consulate.

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