A group of 120 inquisitive exhibitors took over the new International Convention Centre at Darling Harbour in Sydney on Thursday.
Comprising both large and small exhibitors, with their exhibition contractors and their staff, along with the AGE coordinating team, it was a chance to get a first hand glimpse of what is truly a world class venue for AGE 2017.
Divided into 5 groups of 24, with each group being led by two representatives of the ICC, the visitors were escorted into the building via the imposing main entrance stairway that leads to a very impressive exhibition foyer and registration area.
The groups then got to see the multi-purpose seminar rooms complete with smart lecterns, remote powered privacy screens and flexible seating arrangements.
They also got to see the enormous loading tunnel which will allow all four halls being used for AGE 2017, to be loaded simultaneously.
But the highlight of the visit was Hall 3 and while they saw only half of the massive 19,000 square metres of floor space that AGE will be occupying in 2017, one visitor was still impressed enough to describe the hall as ‘Cavernous”.
The whole group was then treated to a light lunch at L’Aqua on Cockle Bay where Ross Ferrar the CEO of the event organiser announced that “already 80 percent of the floor space has been sold for 2017”.
The Australasian Gaming Expo is on the August, 15-17, 2017.
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