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Consumer Electronics Show – Gary Shapiro Interview

I’m here at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. A lot of good tools are available for you in your work. I’m covering this with the small business person and mobile professional in mind.

Yesterday I had the chance to interview the President and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Association, Gary Shapiro. Not only is he a gracious and kind man, but he has a lot of good insights into what can be done for you in your business. Invest 5:26 to watch this interview and you’ll get some good insights into what is happening, what’s hot and how you can use some of these technologies in your business.

Let me know what you think. Drop a comment below. Others will also like to hear what you think. I certainly look forward to it.

Enjoy the interview with Gary Shapiro.

Terry, in Vegas for CES

5 Responses

  1. HI Terry,

    Great scoop to get Gary on video – thanks for sharing this.

    Very interesting about the mobile wireless in particular in a car

    Mmmm That has got me thinking both as a consumer and as a business…



  2. I have limited knowledge of the situation in California regarding electronics. Great we use less energy yet gaining better products and services (productivity). Has the bad environmental impact of big screen electronics made the same progress to become good environmental impact?

  3. Great rapport + questions + answers = great interview! I just wish you could stand two feet closer to your guests so I don’t get whiplash from the back & forth camera work. Maybe I’m just sensitive; does anyone else find this distracting? P. 🙂

  4. It’s great to hear a little optimism about the economy for certain niches. What Gary said about people working from home more and spending more time at home – cocooning – is good news for the Consumer Electronics industry and for internet marketers like myself.

    It reminds me that even in tough times, many businesses prosper and thrive.

    Gina Carr

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