Each year, the tradeshow mecca of all consumer technology - CES - descends on Las Vegas for a week in January, and CES' Eureka Park is the place where the next tech generation can join the ranks of major brands like Sony and Samsung. CES established Eureka Park in 2012. The crowd-sourcing platform Indiegogo was just one of the startups that appeared there and this year more than 120 Indiegogo-funded companies exhibited at CES 2016. There's been so much growth in Eureka Park that it now takes up the entire bottom floor of the Sands Expo. Some journalists even spend all their time at CES covering Eureka Park because, "that's where all the cool stuff happens." This January, Halo was one of the companies at Eureka Park, when we won CES's Annual Innovation Award and a PTPA Best of CES Award. For more about CES, Eureka Park, and innovators in the next tech generation, read here.