170 exhibitors at Gaming Expo
Serious buyers always want to speak with the manufacturers or originators first – after all, that’s why they attend exhibitions in the first place; to have access to the people that matter.
This year’s Australasian Gaming Expo will supply just that – the people that matter. It is the leading centre of gaming and manufacturing excellence in the region and unequivocally the best place to do business if you’re looking for the latest.
Several thousand visitors have already registered to attend the exhibition, which is in Halls 1, 2 and 3 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre on Sunday 16, Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 August. While the “Gaming” part of the Expo is undeniably a great attraction featuring Ainsworth, Aristocrat, Aruze, Global Gaming, IGT, Konami and Stargames – there’s also another 160 or so exhibitors who are putting their best foot forward to showcase the latest equipment and services for the Hospitality Industry.
Looking to design a new venue or refurbish existing facilities? Bergstrom Architects and Brand + Slater Architects will be on hand to give you advice and show you the latest in architectural services. How about building and constructing that new venue or refurbishment project? Intero Hospitality Projects, Meridian Constructions, Merlot Constructions and Paynter Dixon Constructions are available to talk to you at the Expo.
Building fitout is very important, talk to Byrnes Entrance Technology about their automatic entry systems – and DORMA Automatics will have the latest on show too. Haron Robson specialises in electrical building services, audio visual systems and architectural lighting design while a range of furniture suppliers including Ricmar Australia, Nufurn, Sebel Furniture, Karo Australia, Commercial Furniture Design and PGR Furniture Marketing will be available with a great range of products and advice for visitors.
Of course, the event has a strong gaming flavour and Cootamundra Furniture, Joinery & Bases will be showcasing their range of poker machine bases. Signage suppliers B & N Changeable Signs, Allpride Signs and Marketing, EL Australia, Tenrod Australia, Computronics Corporation, Display Me and T & C Visual Displays will dazzle you with the latest signage products. If security is your concern, talk to Barringtons, Brink’s Australia, COMSEC Surveillance, MJH Xpert Security Services, Mega Fortris Australia or Harcor security Seals.
Another important aspectof hospitality is staff uniforms and you’ll find Zig Zag Apparel, Tradebond International and Joseph Dahdah and Co available to show you the best in this area.
These are just a few of the 170+ leading companies supplying gaming and hospitality equipment who’re getting ready to showcase their latest products and services at the Australasian Gaming Expo. So Halls 1, 2 and 3 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre will be the place to be on Sunday 16, Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 August to see, use, compare, test and discuss a huge range of equipment and services.
Register now at www.austgamingexpo.com or call the Gaming Expo Help line on 1300 724 030.