By Clyde Mooney, editor of Australian Hotelier

Back again this year between April 30 and May 1 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, the Clubs + Hotels Australia Expo is set to showcase the latest trends, products and technology for the hospitality industry. 

Over 50 exhibitors will be on show, including leading manufacturers Aristocrat, IGT Australia, Konami, and SHFL Entertainment. 

"The Clubs + Hotels Expo [gives] Aristocrat the opportunity to educate customers and to demonstrate leading gaming technology," said Matt McCarroll, Aristocrat senior sales manager for Victoria and Tasmania. 

"This year will see Aristocrat bring some of its strongest ever product to the Clubs & Hotels Expo."

"IGT has a strong presence in Victoria, and is investing in our team to help our customers grow their gaming revenues," added Theo Toklis, IGT state sales manager, Victoria. 

"We look forward to meeting our customers, old and new, at the show."

There will be nine complimentary seminars from industry experts on topics ranging from workplace behaviour to online marketing to gaming floor strategies. 

The expo will also host the worldwide launch of a brand new slimline, feature-packed high-resolution graphics machine from Atlas Gaming – the Apollo 2 – developed in Victoria for that market, to suit the new gaming regulations in Victoria. 

"It is a very exciting time for the Victorian gaming industry, and we look forward to providing venues with value for money and exciting, fresh games and features," says Alex Ciampoli, director of Atlas Gaming. 

Other features at the Expo will include an evolving indoor-outdoor concept space by Bate Design, and barista training workshops by William Angliss at its stand. 

Other brands showcasing their latest products and services include Cashcard Australia, Oz Training College, Max Entertainment with 'Quizzame' trivia nights, and POS solutions from Jensen Data Systems. 

For further information and the two-day schedule, visit Clubs + Hotels

The Shout Team

The leading online news service for Australia's beer, wine, spirits and hospitality industries.

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