he popularity and reputation enjoyed by ICE Conferences is also evident in the number of speakers who see the value of taking time out of busy schedules in order to speak. To-date some 170 speakers have confirmed their attendance, a fact which Conference programme organiser Ewa Bakun believes sets ICE Conferences apart.
“All of our speakers are experts in their areas and will provide delegates with first-hand advice on how to deal with some of the key challenges and grasp market opportunities, such as mobile, social, CRM or European Commission action plan,” she explained:
“We’re particularly pleased to have secured keynotes from Michael Leven, president and COO of Las Vegas Sands, who will talk about the company¹s mega-resort investment in Spain, Harrie Temmink from the European Commission to tell us the latest on the European Commission¹s plans for the regulation of online gaming, and Sean Ryan, games partnerships director from Facebook, who will present opportunities coming out of the convergence between social and real-money gaming.”
Delegates are able to sign up for a conference on the day, with Clarion offering passes to individual conferences at a unique rate. But Bakun said that the best way for delegates to get the most out of their time at ICE Conferences is to book an Access All Areas pass to attend all eight conferences over the three days of the event. The International Casino Conference kicks things off on Monday 4 February, with four conferences the next day and another three on the Wednesday.
The ICE Conferences provide an intimate and focused environment to network with and learn from like-minded gaming professionals, with interest in areas such as CRM, multi-channel integration and marketing, social gaming, lottery, cybercrime and security, mobile gaming, opening jurisdictions worldwide and the European Commission¹s action plan. For the full schedule visit icetotallygaming.com/conferences.