SBC News IGB affiliate expects a rise in delegate registrations for the Berlin Affiliate Conference

IGB affiliate expects a rise in delegate registrations for the Berlin Affiliate Conference

The information provider for the igaming affiliate market, iGB Affiliate is expecting a rise in delegate registrations for this year’s Berlin Affiliate Conference (BAC).

The event will take place at the Messe Berlin between the first and fourth of November, is expecting to host 3,250 delegates, up from around 3,000 from last year.

The conference will feature a full schedule of educational content focused on affiliate business tools, marketing technologies, paid and social media and SEO strategies.

This year’s BAC’s includes sessions on Google penalties, influencer marketing, Facebook Ads and leveraging a data-led approach to social media, there will also be, three official networking parties and an unwind session.

iGB has also announced that William Hill, 888.com, EGO and iAffiliates are the premium sponsors of this year’s event.

The conference will once again follow EiG, offering delegates the chance to spend a week in Berlin at major industry events.

iGaming Business’ head of operations Shona ODonnell said: “These are exciting times for the Berlin Affiliate Conference, which continues to grow every year.

“Following on from EiG, we hope delegates will once again enjoy a week in Berlin where they can connect with and learn from many of the brightest minds in the industry.”

 

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