Peter Salib

Peter Salib is a Columnist at Grit Daily. He has been going to CES in Las Vegas consecutively for the past seven years since the age of 21 and is an avid attendee of events nationwide. Having attended hundreds of events, he is now a co-founder of Event Integrity, the first integrity-based, vetted marketplace for event professionals. He also frequently works with startups to consult and advise on media, strategy, events, and fundraising. His dog, Scruffy, was featured on the Today Show with Kathy Lee & Hoda and was dubbed "Scruffy the Wonder Dog."

Car Ad Start Up Grabb-It Makes a Splash with F-35 Fighter Jet Ads Atop RideShare Cars

San Francisco-based Grabb-it took a bit of a different “turn” — no pun intended — when it comes to vehicle ads. And it caught the attention, oddly, of Lockheed Martin, one of the biggest names in defense-tech. What Grabb-it does is simple. It turns a car’s rear windows into full-on color displays for ads and news distribution. On Grit Daily’s first look, its ads are eye-catching, portable, and sleek. But what differentiates it from its competitors is not just...

Spark Joy This 4/20 With These Experience-Enhancing CannAccessories

It’s a lot of people’s favorite holiday soon where the pregame and the main celebration are the same! We might see some dispensaries run out of inventory and have lines around the building as if it was their first day in business again. Some plan ahead and have a tribe, supplies, and good times all set up and some just prefer to enjoy the day more low key. Whichever of those you prefer, these ancillary smoker products or ‘cannaccessories’ can greatly improve your experience...

The Next Web partners up. Could VentureBeat be next?

The news recently dropped and everyone is still talking about it. The Financial Times bought a majority stake ownership in The Next Web (TNW). I’m already thinking about who might be next. Though the terms of the deal are undisclosed, it’s already creating excitement around TNW’s flagship Europe-based innovation event in Amsterdam. My first major ticket purchase (several hundred dollars) for an event was actually for The Next Web’s event in New York, dubbed Momentum, back in 2016. Power(ed) by...

Reinvented Classics Get a High Tech Makeover at CES 2019

Where does one even begin when discussing CES. As anticipated, there were lots of new, cool technologies but there was a lot of the same too. For the first couple of days after CES ended, when people asked me what were the coolest gadgets I saw, I just froze. Now that I’ve had time to recover from CES with a brief tech detox, I’m clear on the cool stuff from this year. I picked up on a bunch of cool trends happening at CES and this list of life essentials and nostalgic games getting reinvented...

Three Growing Categories Getting More Space at CES

If you have ever been to a Consumer Electronics Show (or CES) in the past fifty years, you know it’s complete sensory overload. I bet the folks that enjoy CES from the comfort of their home, living vicariously through all the broadcasters, bloggers, vloggers, and journalists covering the event also get overwhelmed trying to make sense of the ever-expanding electronics landscape. With older industries being revolutionized with technology and entirely new industries being created, it has...

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