Source: WestVille Enterprises
Caribbean Gaming & Tourism conference features economic outlook, The Cuba Factor, Inplact of Internet Gaming
Prospects for growth in gaming and tourism throughout the Caribbean Basin will focus the attention of industry executives and investors at the third annual Caribbean Gaming & Tourism Conference, June 12-14 at the Caribe Hilton, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
This year's program includes new seminars and three general sessions for an expanded look at economic opportunity, regulatory issues, and key management topics, notably slot marketing. The exhibit area has also expanded to accommodate the latest products and services.
According to Bruce R. Smith, President of WestVille Enterprises, Inc., conference presenter, the sessions will focus on building management skills through direct access to industry professionals. "Our keynoters will not only provide useful insights and forecasting tools," says Smith, "but they will address specific needs that our attendees raise during question-and-answer periods."
The three keynote addresses will include:
Conference participants represent every gaming jurisdiction in the region plus Central and South America. Delegates range from Chairmen of the Board to slot directors, CFOs, and security specialists to pit bosses.
Corporate sponsorship has also expanded in 2001.
Aristocrat Leisure Industries, Sydney, Australia, is once again
the Conference's Platinum Sponsor. AC Coin & Slot, Atlantic
City, NJ, and UNIDESA Gaming, Barcelona, Spain, will return as Gold
Sponsors. Gaming Systems International, Las Vegas, NV, and WMS Gaming,
Chicago, IL, have taken advantage of a new sponsorship opportunity as Silver
For information on Caribbean Gaming & Tourism Conference 2001, go to www.caribbeangaming.net,
Bruce Smith, 914-337-1246;
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