London Affiliate Conference 2017 Growth Expected

Published Thursday, November 17, 2016 - Online-Casinos.com
London Affiliate Conference 2017 Growth Expected

The London Affiliate Conference 2017 is taking place at ExCeL London England from the 9th to the 12th of February 2017. The Conference attendance is expected to grow by ten percent over last year with as many as five thousand attendees coming to the event. The iGB Affiliate Awards and the Financial Partners Expo are features that are again included this year much to the delight of affiliates and introducing brokers.

The London Affiliate Conference is the world's largest igaming affiliate gathering and all available exhibition space for the Conference and Financial Partners Expo has been fully booked.

 iGaming Business group head of business development James King, said, “We are delighted to see continued growth and support of our London event by exhibitors and sponsors. We have seen unprecedented interest in the 2017 event, which is indicative of an industry that is going from strength to strength and continually innovating.” King continued, “Despite the fact that the floor is currently booked up, we do not want to close the door to companies that want to participate in the event. We have a number of branding opportunities still available so get in touch if you would like to be involved in the 2017 London event.”

The two day conference focus is to provide useful information through the offering of panels and presentations.  Industry updates, analysis, and trends will be presented by experts who are willing to share their insights and experience on the online gambling industry and affiliate marketing.

The Financial Partners Expo is a dedicated exhibition for affiliates, binary options brokers and introducing brokers within the retail finance sector. This Expo is an opportunity for those already in the niche to network and make new business connections in an effort to learn more about the business from the captains of the affiliate industry. 

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