Visitor registration is open for AGE 2017, a full 7 months prior to when it opened for the 2016 Expo, says organizers.
As with last year, Social Media is making registration a simplified process with auto-filled fields via the most popular social networks on the planet.
Registrants will be able to see who is attending, identify the most meaningful and relevant Gaming Expo contacts who they’ll benefit from meeting at the Event.
Organizers have also considered returning visitors, with fields pre-populated, requiring just a couple of clicks to complete the registration.
In another milestone for AGE, with 20 percent more floor space than in 2016, 90 percent of the floor space has already been taken by 176 exhibitors. This is exciting news with 9 months to go until the show’s start date, which is the world’s third largest casino gaming equipment exhibition.
The optimism was further confirmed recently about the event's future at the new ICC Sydney at Darling Harbour. In November a group of 120 inquisitive exhibitors visited the ICC for a sneak peek of what to expect. 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.
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”.
Taking advantage of the multi-purpose seminar rooms complete with smart lecterns at the new ICC Sydney, at AGE 2017 we will be running complimentary seminars for registered exhibition visitors. The seminars will include a “Global CEOs Forum”, to be moderated by Michael Pascoe and a “Women in Gaming” event, along with a range of sessions about topical issues.
The Australasian Gaming Expo is on the August 15-17, 2017.
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