iGaming Entrepreneur Conference London December 8 2016

Published Tuesday, December 06, 2016 - Online-Casinos.com
iGaming Entrepreneur Conference London December 8 2016

The future looks bright for those people that work at making change and search for opportunities in the international online gambling industry. The entrepreneurs are the individuals who make things new again and in keeping with the definition of the title they are the risk taking business people.

Coming up quickly is the iGaming Entrepreneur Conference, on the 8th December 2016 in London at the Grange Tower Bridge Hotel which is focused on entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, incubators, accelerators, private equity and those angel investors. A far as conferences are concerned this one is a must for the continued development of innovation in internet gaming. The conference will be introducing a unique mentoring programme that will be providing personalised mentoring and professional services to the champion of the brightest minds showcase event.  

The 2016 conference brings together the entrepreneur and investor sectors integrating both and welding the relationship between the two. Topping the list of speakers is Michael Caselli who is Editor in Chief of iGaming Business.  There are many prestigious speakers listed including Mark Blandford the founder of Sporting PLC a UK listed digital gaming operator that was jointly acquired by William Hill and GVC. Mark left Sportingbet in 2007 and is now a Venture Capital and Private equity investor.

The agenda for this year’s event has multiple sessions dedicated to entrepreneurs and to investors. the conference venue will allow for other events that will give investors and entrepreneurs the opportunity to network and share. During the day a presentation from 3 successful entrepreneurs at different stages in their company's development will be available. One entrepreneur was quoted,  "Starting up is easy, it's the follow-through that's challenging; a ridiculously long and steep learning curve, anxiety over what choices to make and finally getting there when you stop pushing for demand and the market starts pulling for your services, then you're not a start-up any longer and then everything changes again..."



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