Gaming Executive Summit LatAm will see attendees come far and wide

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speakers-ges-latamTerrapinn’s Gaming Executive Summit Latin America 2011 is fast approaching, taking place at the end of this month in the picturesque surroundings of Panama City in Central America. have already announced that they will be the media sponsor of the conference for high-level executives looking to penetrate this highly lucrative market.

The conference takes place over the three days from February 22-24 at the Marriott Panama City Hotel, Panama City, Panama.

GES LatAm boasts an esteemed list of speakers including those from all areas of the Latin American gaming industry and almost all countries in the region are represented at what gears up to be a very successful summit.

It’s little wonder that attendees have already signed up from a number of territories. These include Panama itself as well as Mexico, Costa Rica, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, and Bolivia. There are even a number who will be making their way to Panama from Europe and North America.

Attendees will be given the opportunity to network as much as is humanly possible with other delegates from around the world and also those with expertise in this region. As well as this there are a wealth of other reasons to attend this year’s conference.

As a series the conference has been operating for five years, and in the past has attracted those from more than 30 countries, 90% of those present at director level or above. This illustrates another reason why Terrapinn decided that the time was right to bring it to this part of the world.

From pre-conference workshops looking at regulation across the Americas, to exclusive sessions looking at online gaming, sports betting, and bingo, amongst others, there are more than enough reasons for high-level executive to seriously consider attending.

If all this sounds appealing and you feel Latin America might be the next port of call for your business, you can register your attendance at the following link.


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