plit between 20 countries and led by the industry's most highly respected legal or consulting experts in that country, the roundtables will give delegates an insight into the latest legal and regulatory updates.
With 10-20 participants per roundtable, the sessions will provide an ideal opportunity for the guest speakers to drill down into the minefield of law and licensing within those countries that are of real interest to delegates. Clarion Gaming has arranged for up to 20 roundtables within a relaxed environment that will allow delegates to interact with the panelists.
Each roundtable will last approximately thirty minutes, in which time delegates can expect to hear the latest legal and regulatory updates and perhaps more importantly, discuss how it will directly affect them and subsequently how they should be dealt with.
Mark Walker, Conference Manager said, “Delegates benefit enormously from roundtables, which are often one of the highlights of an event. Having legal experts at your disposal for over two hours provides an exceptional chance to ask relevant questions for your business in key countries.”
The sessions will run for a little over two hours on Day Two of the expo (24th September) starting at 3pm. This will give delegates an opportunity to attend four different country roundtables on a first come, first serve basis.
Countries being explored will be Spain, Italy, UK, Sweden, Germany, France, Netherlands, Canada, USA, Ireland, Denmark, Malta, Poland, Latin America, Mexico, South Africa and China.
Online registration for EiG 2008 will close next Thursday. All bookings after this time will be onsite in Barcelona.