European iGaming Congress & Expo Announces New-Look for 2008

21st May 2008, Comments 0 comments

The World’s biggest iGaming congress provides more conference and expo hours for EiG 2008.

LONDON – Clarion Gaming, organisers of the European iGaming Congress & Expo (EIG), has announced the schedule for this year’s show which includes new features, more content and greater networking opportunities for delegates.  
For the first time in its seven year history, EiG – the world’s largest iGaming congress - will see the expo and conference run throughout “Day Two”, giving an extra three hours for delegates to learn more about the topical issues surrounding their industry from some of the online sector’s most prominent speakers.
One of the many new features is the introduction of a workshop to be hosted on the morning of “Day One”, plus three days of free seminars within a specially built theatre located on the exhibition floor.
There will also be more places for delegates to meet, greet and relax with Clarion planning an unrestricted catering area together with various “Networking Zones” scattered around the show floor, therefore offering further opportunities for business meetings during expo times.
True to tradition, Clarion will kick off this year’s EiG 2008 in style with its annual Expo Opening Drinks. Renowned for its valuable networking, Clarion will also be hosting the EiG Official Party at a fabulous beach-side venue, and a fun Football Tournament. Each delegate will also receive a comprehensive guide to Barcelona offering a great selection of restaurants, bars and clubs to keep visitors entertained late into the night.
Gigi Levy, CEO at said “It’s clear to me that EiG has become the leading forum and marketplace for our industry. This annual gathering is where I can count on meeting the people I really need to see to further my business.”

“You spoke and we listened,” said Sue Schneider of Clarion Gaming. “We’ve been getting lots of feedback over the past six months on how to make EiG even better this year and have made a variety of changes and additions to meet your needs. A tighter and more interactive conference programme, extended expo hours, free seminars, extra networking areas and an “Affiliates Zone” are just some of the new features this year.”
EiG will take place on the 23-25th September 2008 and registration is now open.  Click here EiG 2008 to find out more and book before 25th June to receive the “Early Bird” discounted rate.  The website also offers more news on the conference programme, exhibition and new features as they are announced over the coming months.

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