Elinor Cohen Named one of the top ten tech influencers for CES 2018
Earlier this week Digiobs, the French PR company, published its “what to expect” report for CES 2018, naming The Engagement Strategy Group’s Elinor Cohen, one of the top ten CES2018 tech influencers.
In addition to naming the leading people talking about CES and sharing information, Digiobs predicted the key trends for CES this years, including IoT, VR and the diversity question of Women in Tech, especially in light of CES’s prominent lack of women speakers on all professional panels and as keynote speakers.
You can see the full presentation here:
CES 2018 – The Engagement Strategy Group’s point of view
The must see list for CES 2018 for us includes:
- Prontoly – presenting with Knowles Corporation (Venetian, LV 4 – Zeno 4602-4603)
- Humaneyes Technologies with the Vuze VR Camera – LVCC, South Hall 1, booth 21018
- OiX Care Alzheimer – (Sands, Hall C, Booth 52443, in the Area Science Park space, Eureka Park)
- Indigo AI – (Sands, Hall C, Booth 52443, in the Area Science Park space, Eureka Park)
- Easyrain – (Sands, Hall C, Booth 52443, in the Area Science Park space, Eureka Park)
Must attend activities at CES 2018:
- Charlie Fink’s AR enabled book “Metaverse” will be officially launched at the Humaneyes Technologies (Vuze camera) booth on Tuesday, 4pm. LVCC South hall 1, booth #21018. Open bar and lots of goodies!
- “Women in VR” professional panel, hosted by Suzanne Lagerweij, founder and CEO of Field of Views. Humaneyes Technologies booth (see details above), Wednesday 9:30 – 10:30.
When Community and brands meet – magic happens
If you’ve been following us you know that we advocate for communities and train brands on community driven growth and marketing. When these two entities – communities and brands – meet, magic happens. And by magic, we mean business growth, brand reputation, positive energies and just overall awesomeness.
One such example at CES 2018 is when Vuzer (Vuze VR camera user) Suzanne Lagerweij approached us to offer her help for the company at CES. The company embraced the offer and flew her in, especially from Europe. Suzanne will be working at the Humaneyes booth giving talks about VR monetization and business, she will host a “women in VR” panel, and yesterday she has gone out to the field, with Jim Malcolm, General Manager North America of Humaneyes Technologies and overall VR evangelist, to shoot, stitch and co-produce a VR short called “Lost Boy” which you can get a feel for tomorrow at their booth.
Other community members in the Vegas area offered to help with more activities.
This is what it means to have a strong, loyal and dedicated community. It is an extension of your marketing team.
[Photos courtesy of Suzanne Lagerweij and Humaneyes Technologies]