ith just three weeks LAC 2019, 6th – 9th February 2019, ExCeL London, kicks off, it's safe to say that London is starting to call! Over 5,000 people from the iGaming affiliate space will be heading to the London Affiliate Conference in 2019.
Over the last couple of months, the LAC organizers have been finding out exactly what visitors want to learn about at this year's London Affiliate Conference, surveying, calling and asking over social media.
"At LAC 2019 you can expect our most researched conference schedule to date. You will be able to learn the things you want to learn from speakers who are proven to be the best around," promises the latest event pr.
As organisers have learnt visitors and firms don't just approach conferences for fun, meeting the right people who will help businesses improve is key. In that sense, organisers claim 'the whole exhibition is optimised for your networking purposes.'
At the event, the floorplan will be tweaked to gain more places to network and have meetings. Reportedly, there will also be plenty of time for networking at the official hotel during Pre-registration, breakfast and late into the night.
The iGB Affiliate Awards have a focus on transparency - the awards are designed to reward those who give their all for the gaming industry. Additionally, over the last three years, the awards have sustained their 100% charge-free attendance policy for anyone who visits LAC 2019
The event organizers have stated that bigger stands, bigger giveaways and bigger names will be expected at this year's edition. Previous LAC’s welcomed the Leicester Tigers, Jimmy Bullard, the Delorean from Back to the Future, Harry Redknapp, Russ Bray and many more famous faces to London across four days.
"When we first launched our events all those years ago we made a promise. No affiliate will ever pay for our events or any of the content we produce as iGB Affiliate. That statement still stands strong.
The London Affiliate Conference 2019 is and will always be 100% free for affiliates and introducing brokers," conclude the event organizers.