MannBenham will be at ICE London 2020.
This is a leading event and driver of international growth across the B2B Gaming industry, and we look forward to seeing to everyone there.
We will be accompanying a delegation from the Isle of Man Government’s Department for Enterprise at this year’s ICE London 2020 event. It will be held at the ExCeL Centre at the Royal
Victoria Dock next month, where we will be there to promote the Isle of Man as a world-class destination for e-Gaming business.
From the company both Miles Benham (Managing Director) and Carly Stratton (Head of Business & Gaming) along with members of the Gaming Advisory Team will be on the Isle of Man Government’s stand to support the key message that the island is one of the top centres for e-Gaming in the world and shows like ICE gives the Island an opportunity to promote the Island’s universal proposition and meet with new and existing companies who are looking to establish themselves, develop and evolve or even relocate their business to the Isle of Man.
Being able to embrace ICE London 2020, and other significant events throughout the coming months, is an important part of our ongoing strategy to continue our support of this fast-evolving industry, especially on the Isle of Man which is a considerable employer on the island and represents a significant proportion of the economy.
The Gaming Advisory Team, having evolved from our legal heritage, over recent years continues to be extremely well placed to give impartial, factual and balanced online gaming advice from a multi-disciplined single-source across multiple jurisdictions. Our team is responsible for advising on gaming and software license applications along with compliance and procedural consultation, and how to create, structure and run a successful gaming business. They work closely with directors along with commercial and corporate teams to solve issues, create value, maximise growth and improve business performance by providing operational and practical advice.
Carly commented: ‘ICE enables us to support the high quality of our Gaming sector and I am extremely delighted that the relationship with the Department for Enterprise continues to develop and evolve making each visit to ICE with them more exciting every time. We are proud to be on stand with the Isle of Man Government and even more so to represent the island at this significant event in the gaming calendar.”
With over 35,000 attendees and 9,000 operators from more than 150 countries last year, ICE London clearly continues to be one of the leading e-Gaming events for technology, development and business.