International edition
October 15, 2021

4-5 May next in Mexico City

"No vacancies" at ELA 2011

(Mexico).- ELA 2011, to be held over 4-5 May next in Mexico City, has hung the "no vacancies" sign on its website. With over a fortnight to go before doors open, not a single stand remains available, even though the exhibition area has been extended on three occasions for this year's edition.

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ablo G. Jara, General Manager with event organizers EXPOAZAR is confident that this fourth edition will not only repeat the success of previous editions, but likely exceed even the most optimistic forecasts.

"The absence of four or five big slots manufacturers will be more than offset by the presence of some of the world's leading manufacturers of traditional Casino gaming equipment.  

The licensing of Roulette, Craps, Sic Bo, etc. means that Mexico has experienced the greatest market growth on the five continents.

In addition to specific products for the Mexican market, ELA 2011 will also showcase Class II slots, as operated at many Native American Casinos; and visitors from Central America and the Caribbean will be able to admire state-of-the-art products not available at the regional and local mini-fairs organized in their regions.

ELA 2011 already has almost 100 stands, with over 200 companies represented. These numbers are comparable only to the Las Vegas, London and Buenos Aires fairs, and we should keep in mind that Mexico is a very new fair, in spite of which it has rapidly clambered to the head of the international leader board.   

Another important feature of this event is that it is a 'boutique' fair" explains Jara, "one at which not only the organizers, but also the exhibitors take care of each meticulous detail, independently of whether they have taken small booths or 500 meters mega-stands.

Huge amounts are invested in decorating stands, preparing the venue and extending VIP treatment to all visitors and exhibitors.

In sort, it is a welcoming, friendly fair, with an atmosphere not experienced at other sector events."

For more information, visit Pablo G. Jara, General Manager with event organizers EXPOAZAR is confident that this fourth edition will not only repeat the success of previous editions, but likely exceed even the most optimistic forecasts.

"The absence of four or five big slots manufacturers will be more than offset by the presence of some of the world's leading manufacturers of traditional Casino gaming equipment. 

The licensing of Roulette, Craps, Sic Bo, etc. means that Mexico has experienced the greatest market growth on the five continents.

In addition to specific products for the Mexican market, ELA 2011 will also showcase Class II slots, as operated at many Native American Casinos; and visitors from Central America and the Caribbean will be able to admire state-of-the-art products not available at the regional and local mini-fairs organized in their regions.

ELA 2011 already has almost 100 stands, with over 200 companies represented. These numbers are comparable only to the Las Vegas, London and Buenos Aires fairs, and we should keep in mind that Mexico is a very new fair, in spite of which it has rapidly clambered to the head of the international leader board.  

Another important feature of this event is that it is a 'boutique' fair" explains Jara, "one at which not only the organizers, but also the exhibitors take care of each meticulous detail, independently of whether they have taken small booths or 500 meters mega-stands.

Huge amounts are invested in decorating stands, preparing the venue and extending VIP treatment to all visitors and exhibitors.

In short, it is a welcoming, friendly fair, with an atmosphere not experienced at other sector events."

For more information, visit www.expoazar.com

 

 

 

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