What we learned at CES 2019

The opening of the Holland Pavilion with Prince Constantijn and State Secretary of Economic Affairs and Climate Mona Keijzer

The opening of the Holland Pavilion with Prince Constantijn and State Secretary of Economic Affairs and Climate Mona Keijzer

We just wrapped up the 2019 edition of CES trade show in Las Vegas, where we saw an enormous selection of new and improved technologies, attended a number of interesting talks and presentations, in addition to presenting and discussing the communications protocol for value chains of our own.

This year’s edition of CES attended by Circularise team and other Dutch startups invited by StartupDelta is confirmed as the biggest show dedicated to consumer electronics. The massive annual event, attracted more than 188,000 people this year including members of the media, industry representatives, product buyers, financial analysts, and investors from all over the globe.

Hundreds of attendees stopped by our booth at the Holland Pavilion to chat with the team and learn more about Circularise protocol, as well as the circular economy itself. It has been a great place to share our story and the path we followed till now, gathering feedback and ideas to enhance our product.

Now, countless valuable meetings, talks, presentations and business cards later, we can look back at the absolutely amazing experience we had at CES 2019. We are now ready to get back to the office, keep up the hard work on our protocol, and deliver better solutions for the better world.