CE Week Launches Social Media Platforms, Adds 3D Printing Competition

CE Week Launches Social Media Platforms, Adds 3D Printing Competition

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New York City, NY—CE Week, June 23–27, 2014 in New York City, launched several social media platforms to expand its reach to technology consumers and influencers. The event will also host the inaugural 3D Printing Make-Off competition.

CE Week 2014 will bring together media, analysts and technology thought leaders for product debuts, an in-depth conference program and networking events. The consumer electronics (CE) industry’s official weeklong, citywide event in New York City, it includes the event headquarters, CE Week Exhibits, which is the site of CE Week’s largest exhibition hall and conference program. The midyear event will feature hundreds of top brands, innovators and start-ups showcasing the latest technology products, plus a two-day series of free conferences on the most relevant and innovative technology trends.

Consumers and the tech community can follow the latest CE Week developments through social media, including Facebook, Google+, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter and by using the official CE Week hashtag, #CEWeek. Techies around the world can also view live-streamed product demos, conference programs and press events through CE Week TV, with content available across all social media channels.

The CE Week exhibits and conferences will take place June 25–26 in the Metropolitan Pavilion and Altman Building on 18th Street in New York City.

3D Designers to Battle It Out

The inaugural 3D Printing Make-Off, June 25–26, will gather designers and innovators for two days to print their creations before a live audience of media, analysts, retailers and distributors. Finalists will take the stage during the 3D@Home Panel, which will be streamed live on CEWeek TV, dealerscope.com and the technologytell.com network.

“3D printing has been a game changer for the entire technology industry, and we’re thrilled to host the latest designers, technologists and creators as part of the inaugural 3D Printing Make-Off at CE Week,” said Martin Porter, executive producer, CE Week.

The 3D printing market generated buzz nearly five years ago at CE Week 2009 when MakerBot, then a 3D printing start-up, made its debut from the exhibit floor. The company has since catapulted to success and was sold to Stratasys International in a $400-million stock deal.

CE Week is organized by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Martin Porter & Associates, Consumer Technology Publishing Group/NAPCO and the Technology Tell Network. ceweekny.com

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