In keeping with the mood of the times, there will be a big focus during this year’s G2E Asia event on non-gaming.
It includes a return of last year’s Interior Design and Décor Forum, designed to highlight how venue design can help drive more customers to a location and keep them there. It will also link product and services sellers with actual decision makers with money to spend.
G2E Asia’s one2one event for Interior Design and Décor promises access to key decision makers among Asian gaming industry management.
The decision makers will include heads of: project management; project construction; project facility design; casino and hospitality chief executives; general managers and managing directors; restaurant and bar owners and investors; and representatives of regional integrated resorts and hotels.
The organisers says G2E Asia’s one2one event for Interior Design and Décor will feature a showcase area where exhibitors can make presentations, and allow pre-arranged one-to-one meetings with decision makers from integrated resorts and casinos.
Buyers will be pre-selected for the one2one event to ensure that they have the authority to select architect and interior design services, immediate needs for those services and a verified budget for architect and design services, according to the G2E Asia organisers.
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