Ingram Micro Services at CES 2019
With the holidays and the new year right around the corner, we’re full of anticipation and excitement — and the fun doesn’t stop there, because CES is our first event of 2019, just a week after the new year begins!
CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is an annual trade show and gathering place for the world’s newest and most innovative consumer technologies, and Ingram Micro will be heading to Vegas to be part of the magic from January 8 – January 11, 2019!
With major trends ranging from voice control & wearables to autonomous vehicles & smart home technology, there will be every type of technology company you can imagine present at the show (as well as some that seem like futuristic dreams). We’ll be there offering a range of services that benefit consumer electronics brands: forward logistics, reverse logistics, ITAD services, mobile device lifecycle services, and crowdfunding fulfillment solutions. Team members from our Mobility, ITAD, and eCommerce groups will be there offering their expertise, giveaways, and free consultations.
For a second consecutive year, our partnership with Indiegogo will also be on display in a huge booth at Eureka Park. Swing by and visit us there to talk about how fulfillment and crowdfunding can significantly help launch a new product.
We will be hosting activities to help entrepreneurs and creators learn how to ship smarter. Join us for:
- Live Shipping Trivia Games
- Mini-Lectures on Fulfillment
- Entrepreneur Demos from those who have been through the process
- And more!
We hope to see you at booth #51423 in Eureka Park for CES 2019!
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Jonathan TranJonathan Tran is the Head of Growth and Partnerships at Ingram Micro Commerce & Lifecycle Services. He manages all growth initiatives across the entire customer acquisition pipeline for the Shipwire software platform. He also oversees strategic partnerships and scales them to mutually benefit Ingram Micro Services. On a good day, Jonathan can be seen pacing back and forth in front of his desk talking on his phone.