CES 2018 was bigger than ever, especially when it comes to wearable and mobile devices for health and medical applications. There were more than 3,900 exhibitors overall, taking up 2.75 million square feet of space. Even the labyrinth of startups that is the Eureka Park had more than 900 exhibitors, which is far more than many conferences have altogether. The bottom line is that it’s far too much for any one person to see, even when you focus on a specific area such as digital health, as I did.

I ended up walking more than 89,000 steps and meeting with more than 100 companies, mostly with C-level executives. I also attended many press-only events and had private meetings with senior executives with some major multi-national corporations. So even if you were at CES 2018 yourself, you may have missed some things that I found. And if you weren’t at CES, here’s your chance to get the highlights for free, and save yourself all those steps.

I am offering a free webinar on Thursday, February 1, at 2 PM Eastern (11 AM Pacific). I will share some of the insights I gained from my many conversations, as well as details of some of the more interesting new products and services that were on display. During this Executive Briefing, I will cover:

  • How the health tech market is transitioning from consumer to enterprise
  • Why IoT security remains a problem
  • Future success will be tied to services, not just hardware
  • How the maturing market is entering the “Deal Era”
  • PLUS: Examples of exciting new products you may have missed

You can click here to register now for this free session. If you have any questions about this event, or if you have topics you would like me to cover, please email me at alfredpoor@healthtechinsider.com.