In October, Nevada’s General Assembly approved plans to renovate and expand the Las Vegas Convention Center. The LVCC hosts thousands of business events each year, like CES, the world’s largest innovation event, run by the Consumer Technology Association.
This expansion will keep Las Vegas a top destination for tradeshows and events, boost the economy, and help events such as CES grow. It will bring in more money for the economy, by providing more jobs and drawing more people to events.
"As owner and producer of CES, which draws more than 165,000 attendees to Las Vegas every January, the renovation and expansion of the LVCC is paramount. It is critical for the continued growth and future of our show in Las Vegas and the many benefits CES contributes to the local economy and community at large,” says Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. “CES currently uses more than 2.4 million net square feet of exhibit space, occupying most of the convention space available in Las Vegas. Our show reflects and drives the expansion of technology as a core part of almost every major global industry. As our industry grows, so does our need for more exhibition space and more modern and tech-friendly facilities.”