The National Indian Gaming Association's (NIGA) 30th Annual Trade Show and Convention, March 30 - April 2, 2015, at the San Diego Convention Center, is expected to be the largest gathering of tribal leaders and casino industry executives in the country. And the 2015 program will feature an unprecedented line-up, including special 30th anniversary keynotes, a panel with Indian Country's top CEOs, a new plenary session, and full roster of in depth sessions on Indian gaming's most important issues.
"We have been working very hard for the past eight months to strengthen and enhance our show to ensure that it effectively meets and exceeds the needs of every member of the tribal gaming community; as well as the many other businesses that serve and support Indian gaming," said Ernest L. Stevens, Jr., NIGA chairman in a news release. "The goal of our tradeshow is centered on NIGA's mission to promote tribal sovereignty and Indian self-reliance to advance the lives of Indian people economically, socially and politically. Significantly enhancing our educational offerings is just one of many ways we're working to make sure our 30th Anniversary edition is the best yet."
The 2015 Conference will feature sessions and workshops covering:
Leadership Development Law, Regulation and Compliance Operations Security Business and Finance
Gaming Floor iGaming Issues in Indian Country What's Hot What's Not - Hot Trends in Indian Gaming
In addition, the 2015 edition will also include these special plenary and keynote sessions:
Plenary Session Keynote Keynote
Tuesday, March 31 Wednesday, April 1 Thursday, April 2
NIGC Update Special Guest Speaker Hear From Indian Country's Top CEOs
"We recognize that the issues in Indian Country are unique and distinguishable from commercial gaming,” Stevens said. "We have also started working closely with the gaming manufacturers and tribal gaming operators to further enhance our program. You can expect to see the very best of Indian gaming represented at the conference this year."