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Alabama presence at top high-tech show includes inventions, recruiting push

LAS VEGAS – CES 2020, the world’s largest consumer technology event, is getting under way today, and Alabama companies are on hand to show off their forward-thinking products and technologies.

Vince Perez, a senior project manager at the Alabama Department of Commerce, said the state’s presence at CES 2020 aligns with a strategic economic development goal of fostering growth in Alabama’s innovation economy and creating new knowledge-based jobs.

“CES is an excellent opportunity for the State of Alabama to support homegrown, innovative companies, while building relationships with leaders across industry sectors,” said Perez, who is representing Commerce at the trade show.

“From the electrification and automation of the automotive industry to continuing our partnership with Techstars, this event allows us to stay on the leading edge of the new economy,” he added.

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