Exhibitor space is selling out fast for the Australasian Gaming Expo 2019 (AGE), with 85 per cent of the space already sold, less than five months prior to the Expo which starts on 13 August.
Organisers for AGE are encouraging anyone thinking about exhibiting to contact them quickly, to avoid disappointment of missing out on the Expo’s 30th anniversary show.
“To avoid disappointment, interested exhibitors will need to be quick, with all the information required available on the AGE website,” organisers said.
“The Australasian Gaming Expo occupies a total of 19,000sq metres of exhibition space making it the largest Gaming Expo in the Southern Hemisphere.”
Last year’s Australasian Gaming Expo set a new attendance record well over 8500 visits. This was a seven per cent increase over the 2017 Expo, which was already a record year.
Organisers are keen to replicate the record-breaking in 2019 and so this year will see a larger format of last year’s well-attended three day seminar program covering a variety of topics of interest to the hospitality and gaming industry.
AGE’s permanent home is the International Convention Centre close to Sydney’s CBD and Rory Govan, Associate Director of Research with independent research organisation Explori, said Expo definitely a show company’s should consider exhibiting at.
“When compared to over 1,000 other trade shows globally, the Australasian Gaming Expo is in the top 15 per cent for delivering high visitor and exhibitor satisfaction,” Govan said.
The 2018 Expo featured 237 exhibitors, covering a broad spectrum of hospitality suppliers including beverage, food, cash security, furniture, paging and communications, signage and displays, building services, AV, financial services and of course gaming.
Visitor registration is also open now, with organisers saying that major social media networks have helped to simplify the process with auto-filled fields.
“Registrants can see who’s attending among their social media contacts and identify the most meaningful and relevant Gaming Expo contacts they’ll benefit from meeting at the Event,” organisers said. “And of course by registering now, visitors can save time by avoiding having to line up on the day.”