As the emphasis on differentiation of the venue offering continues hoteliers will look to Australia’s best showcase of hospitality innovation for new ways to exceed their customer’s expectations and streamline their venue operations. Be it the latest in gaming products, exceptional food and beverage or improvements in back of house operations the AGE guarantees to impress.
The event will be held on 21-23 August at Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre and over 5000 Australian and international visitors will attend. This timing is of great benefit as a number of industry events will take place at the same time, allowing non Sydney metropolitan hoteliers to maximise their time whilst away from their venue.
The Australasian Gaming Expo has historically been the primary platform for the launch of new products by more than 150 trade exhibitors and 2011 will once again see the event host the newest and most exciting product and technology developments of the last 12 months.
As the flagship exhibitors of the 22nd AGE the GTA member organisations Ainsworth Game Technology, Aristocrat Technologies, Aruze Gaming Australia, Bally Australia, IGT (Australia), Konami Australia, ShuffleMaster Australasia and WMS Gaming Australia will combined display over 700 new gaming machines across their 8 exhibition stands as well as a host of new poker machine software and gaming systems.
Hospitality suppliers of all shapes and sizes will also attend to exhibit in force – be it uniforms, security, vending, promotions, food and beverage or HR and banking services the very best of Australasia will be on-show and ready to do business with the nation’s leading decision makers from hotel venues.
Ross Ferrar, CEO of Gaming Technologies Australia, commented;
“The GTA members look forward to welcoming the hotel industry’s leaders to the AGE. The 2011 Gaming Expo will be an opportunity for hoteliers to experience both innovations in technology and operations as well as exceptional networking with their trade representatives and management peers. The 22nd AGE will once again be the benchmark in exhibitions for the Australian gaming and hospitality industry. We look forward to seeing you there.”
For further information contact:
Gaming Technologies Association
(02) 8216 0931 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Gaming Technologies Association (GTA)
Level 34, 50 Bridge Street Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
Tel: 02 8216 0931 Fax: 02 8216 0701 Web: www.gamingta.com