EUROMAT to host late October meeting at ENADA

EUROMAT to host late October meeting at ENADA

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 Posted by Michael Lawson
This year's show will run from 17-19 October

The European Gaming and Amusement Federation (EUROMAT), will hold its next Executive Committee meeting at the ENADA Show in Rome later this month.

The move is part of President Jason Frost’s campaign to bring EUROMAT closer to the members it represents, with the Brussels-based federation outlining plans to co-host a drinks reception with its Italian member SAPAR.

Frost, who was announced as president back in June, told “It’s really important for EUROMAT to get out into the marketplace and talk to the businesses that it’s there to serve.

“Members want to know who is representing them and for EUROMAT it makes the association so much more credible if it is in touch with the daily challenges faced by companies throughout the supply chain.

“Rome and the ENADA show is a great place to start. From a regulatory point of view Italy has been a challenging market for a number of years and so never has organised industry representation been more valuable. 

“Ultimately we all want the same thing: a regulated market that protects players and encourages responsible businesses."

Established in 1979 with the overall mission to create a healthy business and legal environment for the gaming industry in the EU, EUROMAT now represents 18 national member associations from 13 European countries.

Dubbed Italy’s “first historical exhibition of the Amusement & Gaming Sector”, ENADA is now moving into its 45th edition.

Organised by the Italian Exhibition Group (IEG), this year’s edition will run from 17-19 October at the Fiera di Roma – a high-tech event and exhibition space in the Italian capital.

After Rome, EUROMAT plans to move its Executive Committee meeting to London, and the iconic Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square, in February of next year.

Totally Gaming says: EUROMAT’s willingness to connect at grassroots level with the members it represents must be viewed as an encouraging development. President David Frost has made it clear he intends to reach out to these members, and to resolve issues in a way that benefits both parties. 

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