With COVID-19 vaccinations now rolling out in many countries across the world, in-person events are in a better position to finally return in 2022. In the tech world, we'll be kicking this off with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which returns to its usual format next year.
Today, the Consumer Technology Association announced that CES will be returning to its home in Las Vegas in 2022. The city has been the home of CES for 40 years but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the show had to shift to an all-digital format for 2021.
So far, roughly a thousand companies have committed to participating in CES next year, including the likes of AMD, Dell, Google, Intel, LG, Qualcomm, Samsung and more.
CES 2022 will be taking place from the 5th of January until the 8th, with media days taking place on the 3rd and 4th, two days ahead of the show opening up to everyone. As you would expect, the CTA will be reviewing guidelines for coronavirus safety measures to try and keep things as safe as possible.
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KitGuru Says: It looks like 2022 will be the year that events return to normal, starting with CES in January.