AEE Continues Tradition of Showcasing the Biggest Companies
The AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE), which will celebrate its 15th year in January 2013, will host some of the biggest companies in the world that create some of the most innovative movies, products and websites.
Here is a sample of some of the biggest companies who will be in exhibiting at the 2013 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo:
MyFreeCams.com is one of the largest free adult webcam communities with over 100,000 models and over 5 million members. Stars who have appeared on MyFreeCams include Teagan Presley, Alexis Texas, Lexi Belle, Monique Alexander, Sunny Lane, Bree Olson, Aria Giovanni and more.
An AVN Award-winning studio, Smash Pictures specializes in niche-themed product, parodies, romance/couples themes and gonzo releases. Bridesmaids, Diary of Love, Secretary's Day, Prince the Penetrator, Forever Love: Trust, Bus Stop Girls, Friends & Family 3, Big Boob Car Wash 2 Whale Tail 6 and Finger Lickin Girlfriends 2 are just a few of the titles from this production company.
According to the company, Adult Entertainment Broadcast Network (AEBN) distributes more minutes of VOD motion picture content via internet to paying customers than any other company in the world. It maintains secured distribution rights to one of the largest libraries of full-length adult titles. AEBN movie offerings are compatible with iOS, Android, and Google TV interfaces, in addition to Roku. Its high-tech RealTouch system simulates what its users are watching on the screen and allows them to interact with live models.
Placing emphasis on today's retail environment, NS Novelties provides fresh adult novelty designs, quality materials and innovative packaging. The company combines the highest-grade materials with state-of-the-art innovation that adheres to all American and European manufacturing guidelines. All of their current products (body-safe silicone, hand-blown borosilicate glass, TPE and TPR) are free of phthalates, additives and fillers. With more than 100 unique items which employ the latest technological advances, NS Novelties appeals to a variety of sexual interests. From powerful vibrators to dual-density jackers, it offers a full line of products for both men and women.
Papaya Toys was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Hong Kong with newly opened offices in the U.S. Designer and CEO Holger Theisen relocated from Germany to Asia with a belief that quality is a process, not a static attribute. Papaya Toys' commitment to uncompromising quality, superior customer service, consumer education and social and environmental responsibility is quickly earning industry recognition and consumer praise worldwide. "Rediscover Passion" is not only the company's motto, but also its vision.
All fan, trade and press attendees can go to AdultEntertainmentExpo.com for the 2013 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE), which will be held January 16-19, at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. AEE will showcase an incredible lineup of the biggest names the adult industry has to offer, the hottest adult stars from around the world, a robust trade seminar program, stage shows, musical performances, and a first look at the cutting-edge technology behind some of the most innovative sex toys and novelties on the market today, and in the future.
One of the largest adult trade shows in the world, AEE brings together an exciting and unique experience for everyone within the adult entertainment industry. AEE trade registration includes the AVN Novelty Expo (ANE), the industry's leading B2B trade expo for pleasure products, the AEE Trade Show, and the AEE Fan Fest, giving fans never-before-seen access to the industry and its participants.
AEE will be presenting more than 10 official parties held throughout Las Vegas, where attendees of the expo have the opportunity to upgrade their tickets to attend these events.
Wednesday is restricted to trade attendees only, and special "trade only" hours on Friday and Saturday will restrict access to industry professionals and the media in order to permit exhibitors to make and build business and media contacts before fans are allowed into the Expo. Trade registration provides badge holders access to all AEE and ANE seminars, the main exhibit hall during all show hours, and the AVN Novelty Expo.
Special Fan Tickets are also now available at fall discount rates. The VIP Fan Package includes access to the Fan Fest featuring over 300 adult stars, separate VIP Entrance, dedicated registration area, AEE Show Directory, and a complimentary T-shirt for $85. General Fan tickets are available now.
The 2013 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo sets the stage for the 30th annual AVN Awards Show, which will be held Saturday, January 19, 2013, at The Joint at The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas. The 30th annual AVN Awards is the premier gala of adult video and recognizes titles, individuals, and companies for contributions to and excellence in the industry. Please note that a separate ticket is required for admission to the AVN Awards Show.
2013 CES Brand Matters Keynote to Focus on the Cloud
Top executives join lineup to discuss brand strategy
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®p announced that executives from American Express, AT&T, Coca-Cola, Salesforce.com, Samsung and Unilever will join the Brand Matters keynote at the 2013 International CES®. Owned and produced by CEA, the 2013 CES is the world’s largest annual innovation event and is scheduled for January 8-11 in Las Vegas.
“The nearly 5,000 advertising and marketing executives in attendance at last year’s CES demonstrate the importance of brands on the CE stage. These Brand Matters keynote speakers have proven themselves as marketing leaders whom others can learn from,” said Karen Chupka, senior vice president, events and conferences, CEA. “We are pleased to welcome these luminaries and can’t wait to hear how cloud technology is creating new opportunities for reaching their consumers.”
The Brand Matters keynote brings together executives from the world’s top brands to discuss how technology and digital platforms are impacting marketing and brand strategy on a global scale. For years, CMOs and CEOs from names like Akamai, Facebook, GE, Hyundai, Microsoft, Walmart, IPG and WPP have shared their vision on keynote panels at CES.
Moderated by Michael Kassan, chairman and CEO of MediaLink, the Brand Matters keynote focuses on “Marketing in the Cloud.” Kicking off with a fireside chat featuring Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com, the keynote will then feature a spirited panel discussion, featuring top marketers, on the benefits of the cloud to connect with consumers. The keynote is scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday, January 9 in the LVH Theater.
“Brand Matters at CES has become a tent pole event for the media and marketing industry. It allows brands to witness the latest in technology innovation and the human behaviors enabled by connected devices,” said Kassan. “The keynote this year speaks to one of the most salient trends in marketing — how to harness software innovation to derive insights and improve marketing performance.”
This year’s Brand Matters keynote will feature:
Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com,.Michael Bowling the chief marketing officer of business solutions for AT&T, Josh Silverman an entrepreneurial executive who has built and run some of the world’s most beloved consumer technology companies. In July 2011, he joined American Express as president of U.S. consumer services, responsible for leading the U.S. consumer card and travel businesses.
Also scheduled to speak are Brian Wallace, vice president of strategic marketing at Samsung Telecommunications America, accountable for developing the vision and execution of the Samsung Mobile Consumer and Enterprise brand, .Keith Weed i, Unilever’s chief marketing and communications officer. He is also on the Unilever executive board. His role includes leading Unilever’s sustainability efforts, as well as its potable water business and the Unilever brand. He has worked for Unilever globally and regionally in a variety of general management and marketing roles.
Brand Matters is a CES program sponsored by MediaLink. It is designed to provide a customized CES experience for the advertising and marketing community. The Brand Matters program educates and assists more than 4,000 executives in navigating CES through exhibits, conference sessions, events and a SuperSession, “How are your consumers REALLY engaging with digital media?” Brand Matters provides essential insights into the changing technologies, platforms and touch points that will be critical to the future of advertising and media.
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) is the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the $206 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry. More than 2,000 companies enjoy the benefits of CEA membership, including legislative advocacy, market research, technical training and education, industry promotion, standards development and the fostering of business and strategic relationships. CEA also owns and produces the International CES – The Global Stage for Innovation. All profits from CES are reinvested into CEA’s industry services. Find CEA online at www.CE.org and ww.DeclareInnovation.com. Follow CES at www.CESweb.org and through social media.