ICE reimagines VOX conference

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The 2022 ICE VOX conference programme has been revamped, reports Clarion, the show and conference organiser.

The new VOX agenda will provide “flexible, focused learning opportunities” for the gaming industry, covering a range of critical business topics discussed by a line-up of leading industry experts.

The Masterclass programme will operate on February 1 and 2 following the ICE VOX World Regulatory Briefing and International Casino Conference on January 31.

It is all part of a week-long international celebration of gaming and will take place at London’s ExCeL, the setting for the trade show.

Pooja Samani, head of production for Clarion Gaming, said: “Having consulted with our stakeholder community, the challenge has been to deliver the exceptional content for which VOX is famous, but in a more user-friendly and flexible format.

“We have worked to create a focused programme that allows delegates to select and participate in more intimate discussions that drive into the details of key business issues, without interfering with their exhibition and meeting schedule on the show floor.

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“This way they can participate fully in the totality of the London experience. Providing focused topics with a targeted audience over general content has been the driving force behind the new agenda.

“To facilitate this, the traditional conference streams for the World Regulatory Briefing and the International Casino Conference will be held as one-day events on Monday, January 31. This way neither encroaches on delegates’ time on the show floor when the exhibition opens on Tuesday, February 1.”

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