Guest Blog: Studio 19 Brings Audio Innovation to CES
UK precision engineering audio company looks to expand global footprint through presence at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.
techUK CES 2018: UK start-up, Studio 19, explains why it was determined to be part of the Great Britain and Northern Ireland pavilion at CES this year
Studio 19 is a British audio product design studio which takes existing technologies and orchestrates them into stylish, high-quality products. The company’s first speaker range, the Solo Series, redefines portable audio with precision engineering and exceptional quality. The company is committed to expanding its global footprint and approached DiT and techUK to support their efforts at CES 2018.
Hoj Parmar, CEO of Studio 19, explains why CES is an important part of the business plan this year:
“CES is a fantastic platform for us to launch our new products and engage with potential end users and distributors. We know we have the right product but getting it in front of the people is hard. We want global exposure and are currently targeting the UK & Europe, the Middle East, USA and Asia Pacific regions. Budgets are always tight for start-ups and the whole process of exhibiting at a major show can be daunting. With the expertise and knowledge offered by Tradefair/DiT, this whole process has been made very easy and we just can’t wait to kick off the show.”
Find Studio 19 at Stand 51916, Eureka Park
For more information, please visit www.studio19.london
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