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UK brings largest ever delegation to world's biggest trade show

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Over 100 British companies are showcasing UK innovation in the technology and automotive sectors at the Consumer Electronics Show in the US.

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In his first international visit of the year, International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox MP will lead the biggest ever UK delegation to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

Over 100 British companies will showcase Britain’s world class technology sector and cutting-edge innovation to the world. They are expected to sign millions of pounds worth of deals during the week.

Providing a global stage for next-generation technological innovation, the event takes place over 11 locations with nearly 200,000 attendees and 4,400 exhibitors.

The UK Pavilion is at Eureka Park, CES’ start-up stage, and will host 15 companies whose attendance the Department for International Trade (DIT) is supporting through the Tradeshow Access Programme.

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