Amsterdam Affiliate Conference Forex Team Up

Published Sunday, April 12, 2009 -

The newest incarnation of CAP Euro Amsterdam now known as the Amsterdam Affiliate Conference is set to debut April 30th to May 3rd 2009 at the Amsterdam Rai. This impressive convention centre will house this biggest event so far. Offering more space, more facilities and allowing many more to attend the exhibition, which is guaranteed to maximise networking opportunities.

Visitors to this year's all-new Amsterdam Affiliate Conference event will be excited to find themselves right in the middle of the Netherlands' biggest annual party. Each year on April 30th, the Netherlands holds a huge Queen's Day celebration to honor the birthday of the nation's queen. The tradition of the Queen's Day celebration started in 1885 to honor Queen Wilhelmina, the country's beloved ruler who reigned for almost sixty years.

Introducing this year an additional conference and expo dedicated to the Forex market which is the biggest financial market in the world based on volume of trades. Every day currencies valued at 3 trillion dollars are traded on the Forex market. This is an exciting addition to the otherwise full line up of speakers and events. This portion will focus in on this massively lucrative market with it's own dedicated exhibition area within the main expo.

The Amsterdam Affiliate Conference has opened its admission policy to encourage new affiliate attendees by opening its doors to all iGaming affiliates, eliminating requirements of CAP Forum membership as a prerequisite for free attendance. Also all affiliate programs will be charged the same rate to exhibit and attend, regardless of their certification membership. Extending its open door policy, AAC invites affiliate forums, affiliate portals and affiliate organizations to join the conference. Current issues and the latest information in the online marketing world with exclusive insights and real time experience stories from a fabulous line up of expert speakers will be sure to make this trip to Amsterdam worth the effort.

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