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Asian Casino and Gaming Congress on its way

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A scene of the ACGC. Will you be attending?

There’s only a couple of weeks to go before Beacon holds their annual Asian Casino and Gaming Congress (ACGC) event in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. After last years success, for the fourth consecutive year, Asia’s biggest gambling industry event will provide a platform for showcasing the latest operational strategies and solutions for managing land-based casinos and gaming businesses in Asia. CalvinAyre.com will be reporting on the event, which since its foundation in 2008, has attracted all the big names in the business, including over 250 senior gaming industry professionals.

Those attending the ACGC will have the rare opportunity to meet not only those who have been instrumental in shaping gaming in the region, but also the international gaming experts, including heads of operations, design and marketing personnel.

ACGC 2011 also promises to offer a platform to present a company’s key initiatives and perspective to the market at the event.

And how exactly will it do this, we hear you scream? Well, the congress will be split over two days, held on 9th and 10th Novemeber. Day one will (broadly) focus on comparing regulation and opportunities in Asia’s casino and gaming markets and forecasting future growth and prospects in new markets. Day  2 will give attendees a chance to learn the best industry-proven practices in marketing and operations, how to ensure business continuity with compliance management and corporate responsibility, and how to stay competitive with cutting edge product and platform innovations. Phew.

Confirmed speakers include the ever-so successful managing director of APC Management Mr Shaun McCamley, and Director of ASSISSA Consultancy Europe, Mr Pieter Remmers.

And after all that you still haven’t had enough, the following day will see the Asian Sports and Welfare Lottery Summit (11 November), which is co-located with ACGC  focused solely on lottery and welfare sports development in Asia.

This event will cover the current situation and future direction for casinos and gaming development in key Asian jurisdictions, including regulation for casinos, integrated resorts, lotteries, betting and tournaments. It will allow visitors to learn and network at what they call “Asia’s most comprehensive and professional gaming event”.

Will you be attending? Cannot wait? To book your tickets, register here.

 

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