TechCrunch wants to meet your startup at CES 2022

After a year away, we’re less than a month out from the next CES. Seeing as how it’s a hybrid event (as, we assume, most events will be, going forward), TechCrunch is taking a hybrid approach to the Consumer Electronics Show. We’ll be tackling the event both in person and remotely, and – as usual – we’re on the hunt for the most fascinating startups.

Work for a startup showing off a cool new product at CES next month? Let us know by filling out the below form. Our team will be reaching out to those companies we think we will be a good fit for coverage.

Thanks, good luck and see you in Las Vegas!

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