“CES isn’t just a can’t-miss event for industry leaders, but also for government officials at the intersection of technology and public policy. It is truly a cross-sector phenomenon from which we all benefit,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. “The best tech policy discussions and solutions come when the government and the industry are working together. As technology becomes more intuitive, impactful and connected, it is critical to show policymakers how emerging and disruptive technologies make our world and our lives better.”
Pink Sky Travel have had the pleasure to take care over the years of many different government representatives and delegations such as Medef from France. the leading French industry confederation with 80 trade federations and 122 local and regional chapters. The group represents 750,000 member companies, 95% of which are micro-businesses and SMEs.
MEDEF, lead a delegation of French CEOs and entrepreneurs to the United States in order to promote French startups and allow French small businesses to discover the latest technological trends”. “The delegation’s visit at CES is part of the business trip organize by Pink Sky Travel. At CES, they will meet French startups exhibits and host the French Soirée event also organized by our team.”
Pink Sky Travel also takes care of many regional delegations who are supporting the local start-up and entrepreneurs coming to CES such as the French ones like : Auvergne Rhone Alpes, Hauts de France, Pays de la Loire, Nouvelle-Aquitaine… We also serves many Mayors of towns coming with their delegations to support local entrepreneurs exhibiting to CES, like Mr. Béchu from Angers.
Pink Sky Travel have also served few Presidential French candidates during last elections campaign, who came to CES to encounter French Start-up exhibitors to CES. Along those delegations we are also serving Ministers.