Eureka Park at CES 2017 Will Be the Place for Startups to Shine

With 50 years of experience behind the storied event, CES 2017 will be a sight to behold. Between the corporations showing off their latest tech, the notable business minds giving keynotes speeches, and the hundreds of thousands of tech enthusiasts descending on Las Vegas to take it all in, CES 2017 is shaping up to be the place to be in tech this year.

While big companies will be the focus of this event, startups will be getting their fair share of attention as well. Eureka Park, one of the many sections of CES, will be entirely dedicated to giving newer companies the chance to strut their stuff. As the flagship startup destination at CES, Eureka Park will provide a unique opportunity to launch a new product, service or idea on one of the world’s biggest stages.

“Homegrown innovation, ranging from fledgling prototypes to progressing startups, will span the entire consumer technology spectrum in this unique marketplace,” reads the Eureka Park page on the CES 2017 website.

More than 500 startups will be in attendance in hopes of making an impact on the tech world. In addition, universities from around the world will be throwing their startups’ names in the ring to show the world that the younger, the better.

If you’re too run down from the exciting festivities, Eureka Park is still the place to go. You’ll be able to rest your feet after looking at all the startups in the Arlington Economic Development’s Lounge, where you can learn about the benefits of operating in Arlington, Virginia. You’ll even be able to learn about StartUp Arlington, which offers startups resources to get off the ground.

One thing is for sure; Eureka Park is going to be the place to be as a startup at CES 2017. Between potential investors, incubators and accelerators, and the hundreds of startups that will also be in attendance, this opportunity only comes along once in a lifetime. And now is your time to grab it.

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Conor is the Lead Writer for For the last six years, he’s covered everything from tech news and product reviews to digital marketing trends and business tech innovations. He's written guest posts for the likes of Forbes, Chase, WeWork, and many others, covering tech trends, business resources, and everything in between. He's also participated in events for SXSW, Tech in Motion, and General Assembly, to name a few. He also cannot pronounce the word "colloquially" correctly. You can email Conor at
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