ecent developments in Ireland indicate that there will be considerable interest in AmEx 2009 from those involved in the supply of gaming, amusement, casino, betting and online products and services.
There is expected to be a lot of interest in gaming, particularly in the light of current AWP, casino, FOBT and online gaming activity. Many gaming products will be shown, making this an important show from both a gaming and amusement point of view.
In addition to the exhibition there will be a programme of meetings, business presentations and social gatherings, continuing the show’s reputation for bringing together Irish and international manufacturers, distributors and operators in a businesslike atmosphere.
Visitors from all over Ireland and further afield will converge on Dublin for the two most important days in the Irish Gaming & Amusement Calendar, combining business activities and social events, making it an occasion not to be missed.
AmEx 2008 exhibitors have until the end of July to confirm their requirements for 2009, after which all remaining space will be offered to new companies, some of whom failed to get a stand at AmEx 2008 and are already on a waiting list.
AmEx is organised by MD Associates and supported by IGAA - The Irish Gaming & Amusement Association (Member Of Euromat). For further information go to http://www.coin-opexpo.eu