Enteractive takes over SkyGarden for ICE ’23 networking event
Leading acquisition and retention firm Enteractive will once again host their popular networking event at London’s SkyGarden venue for ICE 2023 attendees on Tuesday 7th February. Following the success of the April 2022 event, the iGaming gathering will take place at the same venue at the top of the Fenchurch Building in the City of London, also known as the ‘Walkie Talkie’.
Enteractive will be welcoming visitors to their stand (N8-342) at ICE London, where they can pick up a wristband for the event and enjoy a barista-made coffee or hot drink and learn more about Enteractive’s services – complementing CRM activities of operators around the world by engaging with their lapsed audience segments directly, delivering more active players and increased revenue generation.
For the Tuesday evening event, Enteractive will be giving out wristbands at their stand, as well as providing transport for attendees, from the expo centre in Royal Victoria Docks to the event location near Monument, in the City of London.
The SkyGarden event will take place between 6.30pm and 9.30pm, with taxis laid on after the event to take guests on to the SBC “London Baby!” event at the Natural History Museum later the same evening.
“We received such positive feedback for our previous event in April 2022 that we are excited to announce this unmissable occasion for the second year running”, commented Enteractive COO Pedram Padidar. “For so many industry professionals, ICE London is one of the biggest expos in the iGaming calendar, where plans are made for the rest of the year. We will be looking forward to welcoming visitors to both our stand at the expo, as well as our SkyGarden evening event.”
Enteractive is a leader in iGaming and sports betting acquisition and retention, driving innovation in player engagement and 1-2-1 conversations through custom-made tech, powered by personal human interaction. As a partner to iGaming operators around the world, Enteractive increases retention and player loyalty in markets around the world.
Source: Eastern European Gaming