ICE London and European Casino Association Summer Symposium

The ICE London and European Casino Association Summer Symposium will be held on July 13 at Les Ambassadeurs Club in London, and it has already confirmed the participation of internationally renowned gaming businesses from Sweden, Austria, Belgium, and the United Kingdom. Before the 2023 ICE London show, which will bring back all of the major land-based sector providers, a face-to-face Symposium is being organized to discuss the most pressing concerns facing operators and the necessities they must have in order to succeed.

“We are looking forward to welcoming dozens of the casino industry’s most significant CEOs and leaders to Les Ambassadeurs on July 13,” said European Casino Association Chairman Per Jaldung in a joint statement with Clarion Gaming Managing Director Stuart Hunter. In order to facilitate the industry’s continued preparations for ICE London 2023, we came up with the idea of a Summer Symposium. Consolidating the post-pandemic recovery and facing the challenges of the economic constraints impacting Europe, we are confident that the C-Level conversations at the Symposium will play a significant role in shaping and inspiring the future of the casino sector. It is crucial that we make the most of the one-of-a-kind opportunities that ICE London presents, as it plays a fundamental role in the industry.

The Symposium is using the Open Space model, a participant-driven approach that is reflective of participants’ present requirements, pain points, and opportunities, and which will bring together operators and suppliers in an informal setting. Involved parties can take control of the meeting by drafting an agenda that allows for the airing of concerns, the presentation of ideas, and the sharing of perspectives. The results will also be utilized to shape the future of ICE London in terms of programming, exhibitor offerings, and attendee engagement.

Over 90% of stand space for ICE London 2023, taking place on February 7th-8th-9th, has already been booked, seven months before the show opens. This means the exhibition’s physical size will be comparable to that of the pre-pandemic 2020 edition.

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