A regular participant and exhibitor at Europe’s leading e-Commerce industry events, payment services provider ECommPay joins the thousands of gaming professionals and enthusiasts at ICE Totally Gaming 2017. Taking place on 7-9 February at ExCeL, the London-based exhibition expects to welcome more visitors and exhibitors in 2017 than last year’s officially audited figure of 28,487.
Industry innovators and market leaders attend ICE Totally Gaming to launch and showcase their hottest, cutting-edge products, share and discuss proposed solutions to key challenges, establish new contacts and forge partnerships, as well as to engage in debates on the latest gaming trends.
Spanning the entire gaming industry, from landbased to online channels across all sectors, ICE Totally Gaming 2017 offers “a meeting place, a market place, educational and debating forum, networking and social hub” to participants from gaming’s “demand and supply side, regulators, third parties, opinion formers and industry leaders.”
The exhibition brings together the various parties engaged in promoting gaming globally, encouraging cross-collaboration and innovation. On average, exhibitors expect the revenue generated from gaining new business and establishing profitable partnerships at ICE Totally Gaming to equal $1,356,557. Unsurprisingly, the event attracts key decision makers from around the world, with 57% of attendees classified as either the final decision marker or part of the final decision making group.
ECommPay will welcome both existing and prospective clients, business partners, and gaming enthusiasts at Stand N7-415, where the company’s team of payment experts will be available to answer questions, discuss industry trends, and offer insights into how the latest innovations can be monetized to increase business revenues. Offering a broad selection of original products, services, tools, and technologies engineered to improve conversion, the company works intimately with each client to tailor payment solutions to their business specifications.
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