GE 2010 will take place from January 26 to 28 at London’s Earls Court Exhibition Centre alongside the co-located Betting Show, ICEi and Amusement Trades Exhibition International (ATEI) events. For its part, the ICC has been designed as a one-day symposium under the stewardship of the European Casino Association open to all industry professionals on January 25.
“After last January’s successful inaugural event, industry insiders, chief executive officers, experts, operators, regulators and opinion leaders will again converge on the ICC for frank and revealing discussions on the most pressing issues currently being faced by the European casino industry,” read a statement from Clarion Gaming.
“High on the agenda will be the impact that rising unemployment and greater job insecurity is having on disposable incomes and discretionary spend alongside growing competition from online and remote gaming channels, European Union regulations affecting operators’ ability to maintain revenue bases and the rising tide of competing new products from the media, telecoms and other sectors.”
The ICC has been designed to analyse how the casino industry is responding to these and other challenges while also seeking to identify major opportunities and threats over the coming year.
Clarion Gaming revealed that the event is also set to include an exclusive networking party for all attending delegates with more information available at InternationalCasinoConference.co.uk.