Highlights from IFA Berlin 2023 | PDD


September 17 2023
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Highlights from IFA Berlin 2023

We really enjoyed our visit to IFA Berlin earlier this month. It was a  great opportunity to explore and discuss the latest innovations and trends in consumer electronics. Here are some insights into the trends and products that caught our eye.

Portable Power - new energy solutions

Home Bots helping with everyday chores

Scenario TVs

Home Energy

Custom Style - personalisation in home appliances

Macro details and product differentiation

Kodak - stand out product

Honor - V purse

Urbanista - solar audio products

LG Universal UP Kit

If you would like to find out more, get in touch.

Since you are here, take a look at some of our work in the Consumer Sector.



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