SiGMA Malta launches today, expected to welcome 25,000 delegates to Malta Week. The event closes SiGMA Group’s yearly schedule of global events with a week-long summit running from the 14th to the 18th of November, at the Malta Fairs and Convention Centre in Ta’ Qali, which is expected to connect sponsors, affiliates and exhibitors on an international scale.
“The alignment of these sectors will allow investors to leverage the significant crossover potential for multi-faceted business deals and to double down on opportunities to connect with some of the leading affiliates, policymakers, thought leaders, affiliates, and operators in the industry,” SiGMA Group noted.
Four of SiGMA Group’s biggest brands – SiGMA, AIBC, AGS and Med-Tech World – will come together for the occasion. AGS will be flying over 300 top-tier affiliates from across the globe to fill the ranks of its 300 Spartans campaign.
Malta, home of the event, is one of the first European countries to regulate the gaming sector and is a hub of global business, making it an obvious choice for the SiGMA Group. The summit will draw professionals, policymakers, operators, and more stakeholders for conferences, expo and networking.
A series of panels and keynotes will focus on everything from SEO to Web3 Marketing, SiGMA Group further noted, promising “a top-tier lineup of conference speakers,” with leading influencers and policymakers to join the fray. Moreover, ahead of the event, the expo floor has already sold out, set to feature booths with the latest in products and demos.
Among thinkers and influencers to be featured at SiGMA Malta are Tim Burd, Scott Stornetta, Carl the Moon, Ivanontech, James Crypto Guru, Davinci, AMCrypto, Kyle Chasse, BTCTV, Nick Spanos, and Crypto Megan. Maltese government officials including Prime Minister Robert Abela, and the Hon. Silvio Schembri, Minister for the Economy, are also slated to attend.
“Malta Week has plenty of premier opportunities for networking lined up. Carefully curated guest lists ensure that we’re bringing the best of the industry together,” organizers noted. “From friendly-competitive sporting events – such as padel, football, poker, and golf tourneys to bespoke dinners – Malta Week has gone all out to help make the right introductions.”
A total of 6 different awards nights celebrating the leaders shaping the future of the gaming, digital marketing, emerging tech and digital health industries will also take place. As part of SiGMA Group’s charitable endeavors, the SiGMA Foundation will also host several fund-raising auctions during the gala evenings, a press release says.
Startups have been giving their own space “to shine on both the expo floor, as well as through the Startup Pitch competition,” said SiGMA Group. A hundred startups have been allocated prime spots in the SiGMA Startup Village, giving the opportunity for young businesses to connect with the huge influx of investors and VC’s present during Malta Week.
See the full agenda for the event here.