eGReview Power 50 Online Gambling Summit

Published Wednesday, May 06, 2009 -

The Power 50 is an invitation only event that takes place under Chatham House rule which is a rule that governs the confidentiality of the source of information received at a meeting. This is one prestigious event for those lucky enough to attend. Held at the ultra sophisticated South Lodge Hotel in West Sussex, this May 10 through 12. The magnificent country house hotel is set amongst acres of woodland and parkland. Already one of the South East's finest hotels, South Lodge has enjoyed a stylish investment programme lifting it to new heights in five-star luxury.

eGaming Review Power 50 2009 Summit is definitely one of the most interesting of conferences providing an opportunity for key executives of the most influential companies in the egaming sector to burn the midnight oil and think outside the box. After listening to the views of the panels everyone is invited to join in live debate, which sometimes carries on well into the night in a more informal setting.

Michael Hirst, eCOGRA chief, is the master of ceremonies and Summit Chairman will start things off on day one with two top names in the online gambling world PartyGaming's Jim Ryan and Ladbrokes' John O' Reilly hosting the first panel. Managing director and vice-president of consumer and online services at Microsoft UK, Ashley Highfield will be the keynote speaker. Co-chief executive of Moneybookers Nikolai Riesenkampff, and CEO of CrytoLogic Brian Hadfield will try to straighten out the wavy line between operators and suppliers.

Day two, looks to be just as intense with discussions on the key influence of affiliates on the industry, with Income Access chief executive Nicky Senyard taking the helm. Evolution Gaming CEO Jens von Bahr and Michael Altrichter of will explore the needs of operators and what operators should be asking of their service providers.
The event concludes with the unveiling of exclusive research by Foviance which will highlight common areas for improvement across the industry.

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