plated attractions at this years Australasian Gaming
AUSTRALIA) 19 August 2014 It was wins all round
for visitors, exhibitors and those behind the scenes
at the 25th anniversary of the Australasian Gaming
Expo (AGE), held last week at Sydney Exhibition Centre
@ Glebe Island
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addition to the regular displays of the latest gaming
and hospitality equipment, there was much to see and
do at the events new venue. Live animal encounters,
a life size replica of the Delorean from the Back
to the Future movie franchise, free pizza and coffee
samples and the chance to win free trips to Las Vegas
helped to draw a crowd described as by the event organiser
years visitor attendance has been remarkable
which was both reassuring for exhibitors and
an endorsement of the approach taken by AEG Ogden
to the task of operating the venue and the New South
Wales Governments provision of additional visitor
transport options, commented Gaming Technologies
Association (GTA) CEO Ross Ferrar.
one of the first organisers to book space at Glebe
Island, Ross and his team had confidence in the interim
venue from the get-go and he credits AGE 2014s
success in no small part to the SEC@GI team.
to SEC@GI Venue Operations Manager Marc Singerling,
getting the little things right is just as important
as the big stuff.
us, Ross and the team at GTA understand the importance
of delivering the full 360 degree experience from
the moment visitors and exhibitors step through the
door. Whether its the temperature of the coffee
or getting just the right lighting on each exhibitor
stand, each touchpoint needs to complement the others.
a pleasure to work with them on this show and were
thrilled to welcome them to Glebe Island during the
Darling Harbour redevelopments.
Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island has been purpose
built to provide a fully functioning event space while
ICC Sydney, the new exhibition, conference and entertainment
complex in Darling Harbour is being developed.
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