Sojmark: “To make sure all delegates can take full advantage of evening networking drinks and parties”
Betting on Sports 2019 and CasinoBeats Summit will feature an extensive range of networking opportunities and evening parties, including a closing event in the stunning setting of London’s Natural History Museum. And to provide maximum value for attendees, all of these are included in the price of the delegate pass.
SBC, the organiser of the world’s leading sports betting and igaming industry events, is known for the quality of its networking and social events, and visitors to Betting on Sports at Olympia London from 17-20 September can look forward to some unique experiences.
Rasmus Sojmark, CEO of SBC, explained: “We understand that networking is as important to delegates as the conference agenda and exhibition, so we always create great meeting spaces and memorable evening events for attendees. To make sure all Betting on Sports delegates can take full advantage of this, the standard pass includes our evening networking drinks and parties, along with food and drink in the bars, cafes and lounges at the conference venue.”
During the day at Olympia London, there will be a selection of meeting areas offering complimentary hospitality, which are ideal for those all-important business chats. They include: Magellan Robotech & Stanleybet Group VIP Networking Area; Optima Coffee Bar; GoldenRace Virtual Bar; BetShah Cafe & Bar Lounge; Racing Post Café; Red Tiger Casino Bar
To ensure delegates can carry on talking business and socialising with colleagues from across the industry in the evenings, there is a programme of world-class networking events in some of London’s most stylish and distinctive venues.
It kicks off with pre-event networking drinks from 6.30pm on Tuesday 17 September at the Hilton Olympia hotel, where pre-registration is also taking place.
On Wednesday 18 September from 5pm to 7pm, the exhibition floor will host networking drinks sponsored by the International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA). The action then moves on to the official networking party at Flight Club Victoria, where delegates can enjoy cocktails and conversation over a game of darts in this stylish, award-winning bar.
Thursday 19 September’s evening events begin with drinks at the Hand & Flower pub, before the official closing networking party at the iconic Natural History Museum.
This is a rare opportunity to enjoy drinks and networking until the early hours of the morning in the Victorian splendour of one of the world’s most famous museums, guaranteeing that it will be an unforgettable experience for all attendees.
See Betting on Sports 2019’s full range of networking opportunities.