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Six CES PR Alternatives for Automotive Technology Suppliers

Posted Oct. 11th 2018

CES is not the perfect exhibition or media relations venue for everyone. In fact, for many technology and auto suppliers, CES is too crowded, cluttered, and competitive, making it difficult to stand out. Considering the cost ($500,000 – $1 million for a respectable CES exhibit) and competition (4,300+ CES exhibitors), some automotive and mobility suppliers have […]

The Reality of Auto Supplier PR at CES

Posted Sep. 14th 2018

The world’s largest B2B trade show, with a crowd including more than 7,400 media, all congregate in Las Vegas to see the latest tech trends. Automotive News describes this event as “the show where startups and suppliers come to convince the world – and the rest of the auto industry – that they are on the […]

BPR’s Top 25 PR Projects: #22 Adient’s First North American International Auto Show (2017)

Posted Jun. 29th 2017

Just a few months after its spin off from Johnson Controls, Adient, the world’s largest global automotive seating supplier, held its first press conference and exhibit at the 2017 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Tasked with handling Adient’s media relations for the show, Bianchi PR was up for the challenge of competing for and […]

Should Auto Suppliers Exhibit at CES?

Posted Mar. 24th 2017

CES – formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show – seems to have become somewhat of an auto show, as in recent years automakers and top automotive suppliers have jumped on the tech bandwagon in Las Vegas to show off their most forward-thinking concepts. (To see Automotive News’ view of highlights from CES 2017, click […]

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