The marketplace will feature exhibits from 300 startups

CES startup exhibit to grow by 50% in 2015

The Eureka Park Marketplace at CES 2015 will expand by more than 50 per cent over this year’s event.

Set to feature exhibits from 300 startups, the Eureka Park Marketplace will return for its fourth year at CES 2015.

It is expected to span 35,000 net square feet of exhibit space, up 59 percent from the 22,000 net square feet at CES 2014.

“Innovation is the force that drives our industry and the lifeblood of the International CES, as evidenced by the continued success and exponential growth of the Eureka Park Marketplace,” said Karen Chupka, senior vice president, International CES and Corporate Business Strategy, CEA.

“Over the past three years, we’ve witnessed countless startup success stories at Eureka Park – companies have secured funding, entered partnerships with distributors, and advanced to their first full production cycle. We’re thrilled to bring the Eureka Park Marketplace back to the 2015 CES and can’t wait to witness the next wave of ideas and innovations on display.”

The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has already announced other expansions for next year’s CES.

The show’s 3D Printing Marketplace will double in size and the Gaming Marketplace will grow by more than 30 per cent.

CES 2015 takes place on January 6th-9th in Las Vegas Nevada.

Check Also

MetaMisfits organises AxieUtsav, India’s first block chain based play to earn event

MetaMisfits is one of the First Indian play-to-earn guilds that deals with renting and lending …