In a week, the 9th London Affiliate Conference will be held from January 31st to February 3rd at Olympia National, London at Hammersmith Road.
This year sees a number of new features including an Acquisition zone—a dedicated area for service providers involved in the entire marketing mix from email service providers and tech companies, through to performance marketing and creative agencies. LAC 2015 will be co-located with the Financial Partners Expo, for affiliates and introducing brokers within the retail finance sector.
LAC 2015 is expecting to top the 3400 attendees last year, giving plenty of opportunities to network with affiliates, affiliates managers, operators, and speakers.
The event is set to bring you discussion panels and presentations with industry’s expert speakers such as Adam Grunwerg (ARG Media Ltd.), Andrew Daniels (Degree 53), Bastian Grimm (Grimm Digital), Chris Morton (Binary Options Pty Ltd.), Dave Naylor (Bronco Ltd.) and more.
The iGB Affiliate Awards will again be held during LAC on the 1st of February at Stamford Bridge on the 1st February 2015. Players Choice Finalists for iGB Affiliate Awards has been released after months of voting and debate. Check the shortlist here.
This four day event offers its attendees a wide selection of stimulating conferences, exhibitions and networking events. Free admission for all affiliates and introducing brokers! Click here to register.
About London Affiliate Conference
The very first London Affiliate Conference (LAC), back then known as “CAP Euro”, took place in January 2007.Two huge unexpected events that rocked the US market, the passage of UIGEA and Black Friday, forced just about all companies in the online gambling space to very quickly alter their strategy.
The different types of companies exhibiting at the LAC today are a big change from 2007, most notably the big presence from forex and binary options companies.
Looking at the growth and changes of the LAC over the past eight years, what’s become clear is that the core purpose of the LAC has never changed- it’s the industry itself that’s dictated the changes.