Companies that join the Singapore delegation for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from 8-11 January 2013 in Las Vegas can get their participation costs subsidized.
The delegation will be led by tech startup incubator Get2Volume and the Singapore Semiconductor Industry Association (SSIA). Subsidies will be administered by the SSIA from LEAD, a government program to increase the competitiveness of Singapore companies.
CES is a well-established technology trade show which sees involvement from major tech brands. The delegation will get opportunities to demo their products, participate in press and investor roundtables, meet with industry leaders, and engage potential customers.
While the final subsidy amount will depend on the number of participants accepted, Get2Volume CEO Mike Holt tells us that the plan is to cover 50% of airfare, hotel and venue space. The shared space to be used by the Singapore delegation will be near to Logitech, Intel, and Seagate.
If you’re interested to apply, contact Lai Wah Yi of SSIA at wahyilai[at]gmail.com.