Japan has an “almost limitless” potential to build a so-called MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions) economy if sustainable integrated resorts (IRs) featuring casino-style gambling are developed, according to Jonathan Strock, the Director of Casino Development at...
JgC comes back to Tokyo this October!
On 7th – 9th October, the Japan Gaming Congress will be bringing together law makers and thought-leaders from Japan and around the globe to discuss the legislative and cultural framework for regulating land based gaming in Japan.
Last year’s event set an industry precedent with a panel of some of the world’s top international operators including Las Vegas Sands, Bloomberry Resorts, MGM and Wynn all sharing their views on the proposed IR plans.
2015’s event will build on that by bringing the key local and central legislative influencers into the conversation, allowing you to get a complete view on what the future Japanese MICE economy will look like.
The IR Bill is widely expected to be discussed in the second Diet session in early October, to stay up to date make sure you download our informative whitepapers. Click here for more
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2015 Key Speakers Include
Please see below for 2015 key speakers:
|See the 2015 speaker list here|
Speakers for JgC 2015 are still being confirmed, if you are interested in speaking opportunities please contact Curtis Roach at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 207 384 8115.
- Building a MICE economy in conjunction with IR projects – Where’s the benefit?
Commercial IR models – Which approach is most appropriate for Japan?
Future impact on Tourism & Entertainment in Japan
Financing IR projects – Best practice in grouping funds
- Entering the market – Opportunities for Japanese firms from outside the gaming sector; Security, media, design, tourism and education
- Understanding and addressing concerns around social impacts of gaming regulation – best practice in responsible gaming
Tokyo, May 20, 2015 – Clarion Events has announced that the second Japan Gaming Congress (JgC) will take place in October in Tokyo, with the country’s politicians currently preparing to debate significant legislative changes for the industry.