The company also lists two important value propositions of its product: (1) Energy efficient and (2) economic and sustainable. Regarding the former, the Sprimo uses only 12.5% of the energy that whole room purifiers use. As for the latter, the unit and filters cost half as much as whole room purifiers and filters, and filters are recyclable. While many people spend as much as 90 percent of their time indoors, I appreciate the claim that the "Sprimo helps to block airborne virus/bacteria, which reduces the exposure to contagious particles that can help your immune system in an open office environment, especially during flu season."
The was the sixth year of the Eureka Park Marketplace at CES®. Having attended each year, I am continually impressed with how this event provides a great platform for new and growing companies to introduce and market their technologies to influential media, key investors and potential collaborators. This link provides a complete list of the exhibitors at this year's event.
Did you attend CES® 2017? If so, what products or services did you find interesting?
Aaron Rose is an advisor to talented entrepreneurs and co-founder of great companies. He also serves as the editor of Solutions for a Sustainable World.