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Samsung’s Hyun-Suk Kim To Deliver CES 2020 Keynote

Hyun-Suk Kim, President and CEO of Consumer Electronics Division at Samsung, will deliver a keynote address at the upcoming CES 2020.

Kim’s keynote will take place on Monday, January 6 at 6:30pm in the Venetian’s Palazzo Ballroom in Las Vegas, NV.

During his keynote, Kim will present the company’s vision for revolutionising the consumer lifestyle, in terms of impacting the way people work, play and connect with each other.

Kim will share Samsung’s role in shaping a new consumer experience for global citizens through its cutting-edge technologies, ultimately leading to positive changes in society.

The pre-show keynote will set the stage for CES 2020, which will feature the most transformative tech that’s changing the world for the better.

“Technology impacts and improves every facet of our daily lives – from our connection to one another, to our home, work, cities and environment,” said Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

“We look forward to Mr. Kim’s keynote on the future of Samsung and the company’s vision on the consumer lifestyle of the future.”

Kim has served as President and CEO of Consumer Electronics at Samsung since 2018 and was previously head of the company’s Visual Display Business.

He joins other confirmed CES keynote speakers, including NBCUniversal chairman of Advertising and partnerships Linda Yaccarino, Daimler chairman Ola Kallenius, Delta Airlines CEO Ed Bastian, and Quibi CEO Meg Whitman and founder Jeffrey Katzenberg.

The CES Keynote Schedule will be updated regularly as additional keynote speakers are announced.

More than 1,100 visionaries and thought leaders are expected to speak and share insights on premiere technologies at CES 2020.

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