Are you interested in bringing a group of industry professionals to the 2015 International CES? CES has a formal delegation program in place that provides many benefits for delegation leaders and their delegation members. As a delegation leader, you will help your clients maximize the value of their trip to CES by assisting them plan what to see and who to meet at the show. Delegation leader registration closes on November 28. Please contact us with questions or concerns.
The delegation program is exclusive to attendees from outside the United States.
Delegations must consist of business professionals affiliated with the consumer technology industry.
Delegations must have a minimum of 15 delegate members. Groups smaller than 15 must register individually as attendees.
Delegation leaders enjoy certain benefits including free hotel stay (certain 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.
Click here to learn more about the benefits offered through the delegation program.
*Please note: Registering as a delegation leader does not register you for the show. You must complete the formal International CES registration process to register and receive your credentials.
2015 CES Delegation Leader Tools
U.S. Department of Commerce International Buyer Program
The International CES is a proud participant of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Buyer Program (IBP). Through the U.S. Commercial Service’s network of offices in U.S. Embassies and Consulates worldwide, the IBP recruits pre-screened foreign buyer delegations and brings them to selected tradeshows in the United States, connecting U.S. companies with international buyers.
Commercial service trade specialists located in your local embassy or consulate can assist you with show registration, help you locate the products you are looking to purchase at the show and assist in setting up meetings with you and U.S. businesses. As part of the IBP, many foreign commercial specialists lead delegations to CES. Locate the Commercial Service office in your country.
For questions or concerns related the CES Delegation Program, please contact delegations@CE.org