Both September conferences involve exciting, fast-paced industries on the cutting edge of technology. The gaming industry has gotten government permission in a few states to set up legal online gambling, while 3D printing is a supersonic flurry of breakthroughs and new applications. It’s fascinating whether you go to the conventions or not, so let’s get to it!
The Global Gaming Industry’s Premier Event
Coming to the Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas from September 23rd through the 26th, this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E 2013) has the theme, “The Power to Succeed.” With dramatic economic swings and the usual crazy-fast pace of evolution and change in the gaming industry, G2E 2013 is a must if you want to stay at the leading edge of trends, insights, legal issues, and R&D. Whether you’re exhibiting (and need the best trade show convention rentals ) or attending with a company team (we can equip you), the amount of valuable content, networking opportunities, and gold-plated expertise at G2E 2013 puts it firmly at the top of the “must-attend event list” for September.
The movers, shakers, and “disrupters” of the gaming industry—casino executives, entertainment directors, marketing managers, IT and tech experts galore—will be sharing knowledge in such events as Social Media Boot Camp, the iGaming Congress, and the Security & Surveillance Institute. If you are sharing in a session or workshop, our audience response system rental can capture all the valuable reactions from your attendees. The Conference Program has an exceptionally broad range of learning opportunities, with sessions featuring the latest trends, techniques, and technologies affecting the entire casino sector and its many supporting industries. In addition, there will be over 400 exhibitors showcasing hundreds of new products and services. If it will be your first time to G2E, consult the conference site’s Top 7 First Timers Tips for help planning your attendance.
New Industry Being Born
There’s no better current example of disruption—the process by which the status quo of markets, consumer expectations, product paradigms, etc., is thrown into “good chaos”—than 3D printing. The premier B2B trade show for this exploding industry is the Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo, which makes the San Jose stop in its world tour on September 17th and 18th. On the day (this year? next?) that we add 3D models to our printer rentals, the disruption will be considered over and done, with the “new normal” firmly in place. 3D printing is already changing the way we makes things to wear, drive, eat—and shoot (those controversial 3D guns).
With two tracks of sessions over two days, top exhibitors like Stratasys and 3D Systems, and opportunities to network with industry pros, educators, researchers, venture capitalists, and entrepreneurs, every bit of this conference is geared to maximizing the contribution of this exciting new technology to your business. Building on the success of its inaugural event in New York City, Inside 3D Printing will cover a broad range of topics related to this breakthrough technology, from firearms, fashion, and culinary applications to policy issues, remote manufacturing strategies, and green living. We can outfit your conference team with portable tech like iPad rentals, or help you design and set up the best possible exhibit floor booth for attracting people’s attention. CRE is your conference partner no matter what your plan is!
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