Started by Andy, November 14, 2008, 12:20:17 PM

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Clarion Gaming and the European Casino Association (ECA) have launched an annual conference for the casino industry, to be held in conjunction with the IGE show, which incorporates ICE and ICEi.
The inaugural International Casino Conference (ICC) will be held on Monday 26th January 2009, the day before the IGE show opens.
With the aim of making an important contribution to the development of the industry in Europe, ICC will focus on key issues including:

ââ,¬Â¢ European regulatory landscape latest: MEPs, Council Representatives, operators and lawyers bring you up to date on critical issues
ââ,¬Â¢ Impact of smoking bans: hear perspectives from different countries as operators from Switzerland, Germany and Serbia share experiences
ââ,¬Â¢ Responsible Gambling developments: an overview on latest industry developments from Pieter Remmers while Dr. Mark Griffiths showcases a fascinating new RG tool for operators
ââ,¬Â¢ Money Laundering: fact and fiction about casinos: Hear from an operator on the frontline of AML and a well-known and sometimes controversial writer on this subject
ââ,¬Â¢ Poker: Casino Copenhagen and Holland Casino discuss the benefits and challenges of running tournaments
ââ,¬Â¢ Player Loyalty: A casino loyalty programme specialist and an operator discuss latest trends this side of the Atlantic
ââ,¬Â¢ Technology Showcase: A panel of Supplier CEOs give you a preview of the products that will take centre stage at IGE that week
ââ,¬Â¢ Closing CEO Operator Panel ââ,¬â€œ seven of Europeââ,¬â,,¢s casino leaders give their prognoses for the industryââ,¬â,,¢s future

The conference will run from 1pm to 6pm on Monday 26th and will welcome key players from the casino industry in Europe and beyond, gathered in London for the world-famous IGE show.

The ICC Networking Party will be held that evening at G Casino's stunning Piccadilly venue.

ICC (INTERNATIONAL CASINO CONFERENCE) is an ideal way to start your IGE week activity with first-class learning and networking.