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Interview begins: 4:02 This episode begins our coverage of CES 2020. Lindsay Bjerregaard is a Writer with Aviation Week and Hayden Field is an Associate Editor at Entrepreneur. Lindsay and Hayden, along with us, were brought to CES through its Media Trailblazer Program, which aims to recruit journalists to the tech-inspired convention. It was the second year of CES for each of us, so together we discuss our thoughts on the different products showcased, the highlights of the show, and the future of the conference. We discuss: - AD: Finding experienced employees for your new business with Integrity Power Search (2:35) - Prior expectations of CES and the articles they sought to write (4:28) - Flying automobiles at CES and in the future (5:46) - Overrepresented genres at CES: sleep tech, single use robots, flashy products, VR/AR (9:45) - What makes an attention-grabbing booth (15:56) - Underwhelming aspects of CES (19:32) - Delta's parallel reality display (23:13) - Big enterprises investing in startups (25:14) - Media Trailblazers Program (27:32) - CES advice for media journalists (30:01) - Media badge privileges (32:55) - Journalists' advice for press releases (36:58) - CES in 5 years (39:15) - CES 2020's highlights (45:34) Follow Lindsay Bjerregaard on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AvWeekLindsay Follow Hayden Field on Twitter: https://twitter.com/haydenfield Follow upside on Twitter: https://twitter.com/upsidefm Advertise with an upside classified: https://upside.fm/classifieds -- This episode is sponsored by Integrity Power Search, the #1 full stack high growth startup recruiting firm between the coasts. They partner with venture capitalists, private equity groups and CEOs to build amazing teams for the world’s most disrupting companies. Learn more about or get in touch with Integrity Power Search: https://upside.fm/integrity

Published on Feb 03, 2020 in Tech News
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