osé Aníbal Aguirre, General Director of the company, said: “These thirteen years of experience as organizers have allowed us to identified the needs of this important market, becoming supportive with manufacturers and operators during the crisis of these last times, in which we have developed specialized events with different formats which reached high standards of trustworthiness and productivity, having as its main seats the cities of Bogota and Lima. In the latter one, we hold CIJUEGO Peru, with great academic emphasis and a reasonable cost in logistics for the exhibitors of the Corporate Exhibit as to marketing budgets in which good sense in investment is prevailing nowadays.
“The strategic alliance we have reached with the University of Nevada and its Gaming Management and Executive Programs pretend to take the highest training possible to operators complementing the work we do in fairs and exhibitions, and also in corporate shows,” he added.
Cheryl Olson, Associate Director, of the University of Nevada in Reno, manager and promoter of the event which was recently presented in Aruba, highlighted: “We reached an alliance with 3A Producciones to offer a strong educational component to all the events of the Andean Region. Both parties think that training benefits the organizations of the gaming world of those regions we support. We hope that this increases the operators’ access to formation opportunities.”
FADJA will take place on April 13 and 14, 2011 in Bogota, in the new Great Room in Corferias one of the best condition fairgrounds in Latin America to hold events of great magnitude. Day after day, Colombia is positioning itself in one of the countries with the most positive economy, besides Peru, Uruguay, Brazil and Chile, according to the recent publications of ECI (Economical Climate Index).
CIJUEGO, the International Gaming Congress, will take place once more in Lima, the Peruvian capital that year after year consolidates itself in international markets as a tourism and business epicenter, given its important local industry and the advances it is making in the matter of legislation and homologation of online gaming.