Gambling & Tourism, casino trade show in Berlin

More and more level international events even granting space and attention to a union, between the game and tourism, which before the United States (Las Vegas shows) and now also in Asia (see record numbers of Macao) is consolidated and great prospects. Casinos Austria has been for many years a leading exhibitors at ITB Berlin. For forty years, to be precise, given that in 2012 we celebrate four decades of continuous presence in one of the most important fairs in the world in trade and tourism.

Why a gaming operator as Casinos Austria International have chosen to exhibit at a tourism fair is simple: the event not only offers an exceptional opportunity to present the product through the casino tables of Roulette Casinos Austria Charity, but it is also an ideal location to meet national and international authorities and operators in the tourism sector, as well as to network and establish new contacts.

Another key objective is to promote the vast network of Casinos Austria casinos and card rooms around the world and highlight the important contribution that these operations mean that tourism in their regions.

The 2012 edition of the ITB, which ended March 11, has attracted real, presidents, government ministers, state secretaries, ambassadors and more than 110 thousand over a hundred visitors. Experts in tourism, hotel operators, architects, managers of cruise ships, caterers, media representatives and economists met in Berlin to discuss the current trends and, of course, to do business. Over 180 countries have submitted their portfolios for tourism and tourism major.

“The ITB provides an excellent opportunity to best online casino review to a wide audience and demonstrate the key role casinos play in the tourism sector,” said the director of Casinos Austria Dietmar Hoscher, who took part in the fair to meet politicians, experts and media representatives, as well as take part in a press conference organized by the Austrian National Tourist Office, which coordinates the 100 exhibitors at the ITB in the Austrian sector.

“More people are now booking short breaks. When they do, they are looking for art and culture, but also good fun options such as those found in high-class casinos”.

This was clearly confirmed by the large number of visitors in Austria, where the tables of Roulette Casinos Austria Charity was a big attraction. He played only divertimnento: all bets at the roulette tables were in fact donated to charity for vocational training center operated from SOS Children’s Village in Berlin. “For us, this is a real hat trick – added Hoscher.” The promotional table allows us to introduce our company, entertain visitors to the exhibition and help a good cause all at the same time”.

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