The Asian Casino and Gaming Congress 2011
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As Asia continues to see itself at the forefront on the entire gaming industry, the fourth annual Asian Casino and Gaming Congress makes sure that those in the region have forum over which to air views to each other.
Now into its fourth year, 2011’s congress takes place in Singapore from November 9 to 10 and after last year’s event its likely this year’s will be even better still. 2010 was the first time that Beacon Events incorporated the annual Asian Gaming Regulation and Investment Summit, as well as the two specially focused days on Operations & Strategy and Marketing & CRM.
The good news, for anyone that can’t attend, is that CalvinAyre.com will be sending a camera crew and reporter to cover the event. The tablog will aim to cover everything that’s going on, including the obligatory parties, in the edgy style for which the site’s known. So keep a look out as you might find yourself right here on the site.
Each of the three days that the conference is on has a specific focus tailored to all those present from the Asian gaming industry. One of the days will focus heavily upon regulation in the region, with presentations expected to come from a wide range of countries including Macau, Singapore, Phillipines, Korea, and Japan in what is a good round up of all the jurisdictions.
As far as Singapore itself is concerned, there’s always plenty for visitors to do. If you want to swim in a pool that makes you feel as though you’re about to fall off a waterfall – and that’s without the help of four or five cocktails, then you can do that here. Also with its proximity to other places in the region, it could be the perfect opportunity to explore what this part of Asia has to offer.
Then, if you want to make waves in the Asian markets, this conference might well be the ideal forum at which to discover how much this emerging market can help your business.