Walking through the overcrowded hallways of CES, it was hard not to bump into flying drones, representations of connected houses, everyday products gone smart, wearable health trackers, VR/AR devices, and 3D printers. Most of the 728 booths in the Sands Pavilion belonged to mid-size startups that might have graduated from the Eureka floor a few years ago, but quite frankly don’t offer enough significant differentiation within their peer group.
However, there was a small group of impressive companies who are spearheading innovations in the industry. In leading GroupM’s “Health, Self, and Home Tour” with Michael Dowd, I was able to gather insights about these companies and a few emerging trends:
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