The role of technology in the world is more apparent at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) than perhaps any other event in the world. Attending this year in Las Vegas, what became clear was the impact of the political and economic storylines that are both influencing and being influenced by tech development and implementation around the world.
While European representation boomed, with the British Pavilion at Eureka Park more than doubling in size from 2018 and more than 325+ companies attending from La French Tech ecosystem, US / Chinese relations had a clear impact on Chinese representation, with a 20 percent dive in companies showcasing compared to 2018.
With the impact of the technologies launched at CES extending across borders, the key trends from the show will undoubtedly not only influence our tech consumption over the year, but also the political and economic conversations around the world
So, what are the three trends that will shape the global tech conversation in 2019? Find out more here.