Arlington, VA–The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) announced that Brian Moon was named the new CES vice president of Sales and Business Development. CTA is the owner as well as organizer of the annual CES event.
Moon was previously CTA’s vice president of International Sales. He assumed that post in 2014 after serving as CTA’s national accounts manager from 2003 to 2009.
“Brian brings a depth of expertise and energy to this position,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. “We are excited to see Brian’s efforts expand to include CES and all of its branded events. He has shown vision, leadership and results over the past six years and is adept at applying the lessons he has learned to helping grow CES.”
CES Vice President of Sales & Business Development
In his new role, Moon will lead the sales team for CTA as well as CES. Moreover, he will drive growth as well as industry engagement for the world’s largest tech event. CES 2020, which concluded earlier this month, welcomed more than 170,000 industry professionals and media. In addition, 4,400+ companies exhibited at the show.
“Given his understanding of the tech sector and boundless enthusiasm, Brian is a great fit for this position,” added Karen Chupka, executive vice president, CES. “CES is a global show; a third of our attendees come from countries other than the U.S. Brian has extensive international sales experience and his knowledge will be especially valuable.”
In addition to two tenures with CTA, Moon also served as vice president of sales, convention and allied membership with the National Restaurant Association. Prior to that, he was manager of industry relations and exhibits at the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses.
Furthermore, CES 2021 is scheduled for January 6–9 in Las Vegas, Nevada.