International Gambling Conference New Zealand February 2012

Published Monday, January 02, 2012 -

Attending conferences on gambling can be a full time job for people who want to stay on top of the latest developments in the industry. Traveling the world and keeping up with the newest and most advanced ideas in the field could even be exciting but choosing which conferences will be most beneficial would be the real challenge.
Most of those involved in the online gambling industry know about the upcoming ICE conference coming in January 2012. This is really eight conferences that a delegate can choose one of all eight to attend. The topics are on everything from Mobile Gambling  to Combating Cyber Crime and all that's in between. The inclusive event runs from January 23rd to the 26th 2012 in London England and is sure to have the right stuff for all comers.

On the other side of the globe in February from the 22nd to 24th in Auckland New Zealand the International Gambling Conference takes place. Hosted by Hapai Te Hauora Tapui Maori Public Health, the Gambling and Addictions Research Centre at Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand (PGF). Advertizing for the conference explains the world of gambling today. Across the world gambling industries are changing and evolving, expanding into new markets and reaching new demographics. We are all seeking positive outcomes in this environment but need to determine what they are and how we measure them. This conference will examine how positive change can be brought about through research, policy and practice.

This is the fourth annual International Gambling Conference and it will be held at the Crown Plaza Hotel in stunning downtown Auckland. This conference as is denoted by the sponsors of the event will focus on harm reduction related to gambling. The event also will have a distinctive Asian and South Pacific focus primarily due to its location on the planet. A must attend for those interested in the changes going on in that region.

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