CES historically is a BIG booking show for talent and models.
CES books a lot of top quality demonstrators, lead generators and presenters to display and exhibit new products. Our talent has to be trained by the client about the new product to review with the attendees coming in. The first person the attendee sees coming into the booth is the demonstrator and she or he explains the item before the actual sales person steps in. Our demo talent must be sharp and well trained for this most important four to five days of the show as we represent the new product name and client.
One of the major effects about CES is the new products. The unveilings usually occur before they enter the stores or just hit the stores’ shelves. The CES is the largest of its type, full of excitement and anticipation and industry buzz. It’s always a thrill to see all the new TVs, DVDs, car stereos—everything that sells at retailers. For those of us who keep returning, the energy never stops!
For example, before the new flat screen television was sold at retailers, it was displayed at CES first so the retailers could see it and order them for their stores. The same happened with the BlueRay, iphone, and many other products.
We have been booking tradeshow models and talent for over 15 years, with competitive pricing and top quality people, and the trend seems to be continuing.