Experience the Future. Meet THRIVE at CES 2020.


THRIVE is headed to Las Vegas on the 7th January for CES 2020, the 53rd International Consumer Electronics Show® (CES).

CES 2020 (Consumer Electronics Show®) is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. In 2019 CES had over 175,000 attendees with representation from 81% of the countries around the globe.

THRIVE will be there to track changes in the connected home space, gauge how the connected consumer is defining healthcare, and evaluate the latest forays into I.O.T.

Jonathan Dalton and Greg Meyer will be there to meet with clients, analyze trends, and identify latent customer needs.

We are in Las Vegas from January 7th through to the 10th. So please drop us a note at [email protected] or [email protected] and we’ll set a time to get together.

In the meantime, we’ve put together our list of the top tech trends we expect to take center stage at the annual exposition. On our radar? Personalization, privacy, and the evolution of empathetic technology.


If you look beyond the obvious, CES is a barometer for where tech trends are heading in a multitude of industries and what the future may look like. Yes, you can still expect to see intelligent drones, 5G phones, and transparent Ultra-HD TVs, but at this global stage, we like to turn our attention toward what is truly next. In an era when technology is already being used to transform our daily experiences everywhere we turn — at home, in the car, when we work out, when we travel, etc. — forward-thinking companies are paving the way for future innovations that continue to close the gap between people and technology. 

Here’s THRIVE’s look at five convergence-focused categories and tech trends we expect to come together at CES 2020 and all year long. Read this informative blog post to learn more.

Get ready. It’s going to be GREAT!

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