Consumer Electronics World Expo 2024 Wraps Up with Record-Breaking Innovations

Consumer Electronics World Expo 2024 Wraps Up with Record-Breaking Innovations

Consumer Electronics World Expo concluded its first-ever edition on a high note. The event, held at YashoBhoomi (IICC), Dwarka, Delhi from 6-8 June 2024 served as a catalyst for groundbreaking innovations, networking opportunities, and industry growth. CEWE was organised by MEX Exhibitions Pvt Ltd in association with the Consumer Electronics and Appliances Manufacturers Association (CEAMA).

Driven by a shared vision for the future of Indian electronics, the exhibition & conclave were supported by several notable partners like SHARP, Endeavor Recyclers, Dixon, Invest India, IIID DRC & the Indian Cellular and Electronics Association (ICEA) in addition to Consumer Electronics and Appliances Manufacturers Association (CEAMA).

Accredited as India’s Premier B2B Sourcing Exhibition for Consumer Electronics, Gadgets, and Appliances, CEWE featured over 200 brands, 82+ exhibitors, and 7,241 visitors. The show presented top brands, manufacturers, distributors, and wholesalers- all together under one roof. Seeing immense business opportunities, renowned brands, including Voltas, IFB, LG, EPSON, Trands, Borosil, Portronics, BENQ, Intec Digital, Elitas, and Hawkins made it to the show floor. 

The event showcased diverse facets of consumer electronics- Mobile, Tablets & Accessories; Electronic Gadgets & Lifestyle Products; Home & Kitchen Appliances; Original Equipment Manufacturers; Car & Home Systems; Security Systems; Office Automation & IT Products; Smart Homes & Building Automation; and more- all in one place.

The three-day expo was a much-needed initiative to provide a platform where all aspects of the consumer electronics industry could converge. Owing to the drop in China’s exports and manufacturing, India's manufacturing sector is poised for growth as local brands take the lead in introducing homegrown units.

Consumer Electronics World Expo aligns with the government's vision to transform India into a significant consumer electronics manufacturing hub. Today, India is ramping up domestic electronics production. Witnessing this development, MEX Exhibition introduced CEWE to bring companies and industry leaders together to drive this vision forward.

Introducing interactive sessions and technological breakthroughs, the expo even launched CEW Conclave. It was a premier platform created for industry leaders and brands. The conclave unfolded insightful conferences, panel discussions, intelligent sessions, and seminars led by industry professionals, bringing together experts and respective dignitaries to share insights and solutions. 

This unparalleled gathering provided a stage for enlightening sessions. The topics wrapped up in the session included A Step Towards Viksit Bharat: Vision 2047 for the Road Ahead, Localising Global Value Chains in India: Challenges & Opportunities, Shaping the future of Consumer Electronics: Enhancing India’s Competitiveness, Seeding India's Growing Consumer Electronics Opportunity: The Venture Capital Perspective, and Artificial Intelligence in Smart Home Interiors- Integrating Smart Spaces. It offered attendees a comprehensive understanding of the consumer electronics industry.

CEWE featured Innovation Trends Avenue, Start-Ups Hub, One-on-One discussion, and  Podcast Series. It provided a launchpad for cutting-edge inventions, while the New Product Launch Arena served as a stage for prominent brands like Skullcandy, SHARP, and Intec Digital to unveil their latest offerings. Brands such as Sharp, Skullcandy, and Intec made a resounding impact among the attendees.

Sharp introduced its revolutionary Pure Fit Mini Air Purifier, redefining clean air standards with its advanced technology; Skullcandy, known for its audio expertise, unveiled its Eco Buds, a revolutionary product made with 65% reusable plastic; Intec, a provider of premium, high-quality consumer electronics, cemented its position in the industry by showcasing its latest product lineup.

Speaking of the newly launched Podcast series, it covered topics including technology integration in interior design and architecture, the role of automation in creating smart spaces, and many more with esteemed brands like INTEC, Sharp, Zelliant Retail Pvt Ltd., Endeavor Recyclers, and others. This unwavering commitment to fostering a world of innovation ensures that CEWE 2024 will be a turning point for the Indian consumer electronics industry.

Himani Gulati, Director– MEX Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd., said, “We are proud to organise the first edition of the Consumer Electronics World Expo. This is the first sourcing exhibition in India, aimed to showcase the latest innovations and trends in consumer electronics, gadgets, and appliances. In the coming years, we look forward to hosting similar events to drive change in the business sector”.

Gaurav Juneja, Director – MEX Exhibitions Pvt. Ltd., said, “Consumer Electronics World Expo is a testament to our vision of creating a platform where industry professionals can come together to share ideas, collaborate, and drive growth." I want to extend my gratitude to each and every person who participated and contributed to the success of the exhibition. Previously, the Indian consumer electronics market size was valued at USD 73.73 billion in 2022. Now, with a decline in Chinese products, the market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8% from 2023 to 2030.

Neha Batra, Product Planning and Marketing Expert- Sharp India Ltd., said, “I think it's a wonderful initiative because Consumer Electronics World Expo provides a platform to all the consumer electronic brands to display the latest and newly launched products that they are bringing to the market under one platform. So, it’s a great platform not only for brands but also for the consumer who is on the lookout for a new product for their houses. I believe that giving a platform like this can help brands to keep up with what is happening in the industry”. 

Ravi Shankar Chaudhary, Secretary General/ Executive Director-Consumer Electronics Appliances Manufacturers Association, said, “The primary objective of CEAMA is to work for policy advocacy for its members. We have around 90 members as MNCs, domestic manufacturers, OEMs, and ODMs. We capture the challenges and concerns that our members might be facing on various matters, whether it's regulations, compliances, capability enhancement, skilling, etc. The expo was a collaborative forum wherein all came together towards enhancing the capabilities of this sector and showcase a path of how they can contribute to the Viksit Bharat 2047”.

Chris Georgopoulos from Info Quest Technologies said, “We visited this fair to find opportunities for consumer electronics, home appliances, and home products. We saw a lot of suppliers, and after going back to Europe, we will try to investigate the products and opportunities that we saw. We found out about this exhibition through the Internet, and it seems to be very interesting.”

Consumer Electronics World Expo uncovered leading-edge advancements and trend-setting inventions in consumer electronics and tech. The exhibition was a first-of-its-kind platform fostering networking opportunities and playing a pivotal role in advancing businesses to reach global markets.

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