The 2023 version of CES won’t be the biggest one in history, but with the anticipated attendance of 100,000 people, it will be a welcome difference from the way the massive technology show has gone the last two years.
Construction workers started to build temporary exhibit structures on Monday in the parking lots of the Las Vegas Convention Center, and on Dec. 26 they will begin filling nearly every square foot of available indoor space with the 3,000 expected exhibitors.
The four-day show opens Jan. 5 and is open to consumer electronics executives and professionals, not the general public. An estimated 3,000 media members are expected to attend the show this year.
Next month’s CES will include exhibits at the Convention Center, The Venetian Expo Center and Aria.