2023 Conference & Trade Shows and Training Opportunities
The F&C Solutions Crew
We are gearing up for the F&C traveling road crew to deliver explanations, clarifications, resolutions, and of course, help with the most current regulations in 2023. We hope to see you at the following biggest and best conferences and trade shows across the United States.
March 27-30, 2023
Indian Gaming Trade Show & Convention
San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California
It’s going to be a BIG show!
The excitement and anticipation is building for F&C at the largest gathering of tribal leaders and casino executives in the country.
New Exhibit Booth #1912
We have the best location this year! F&C will be be next to Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers. Who doesn’t love a delicious burger & dessert along with a dash of Tribal Gaming expertise!
Gaming Operations Track: Slots – Still the Cash Cow 3:00PM Room 24B
This is going to be an excellent class to attend. F&C Moderator, Doug Parker will be joined by Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) Director of Client Solutions, Joe Bunevith; Tangam Systems President, Maulin Gandhi; and Fortune Bay Resort Casino General Manager Mayan Beltran.
Join us as we discuss tips, tricks, and techniques in effective slot analysis and ensuring your gaming floor is still reaching maximum profitability.
We hope to see you there!
March 22-24, 2023
Oklahoma Tribal Finance Consortium Spring Conference
Indigo Sky Casino & Resort, Wyandotte OK
Looking forward to a round of golf and all the informative sessions at OTFC! Tribal Partner, Scott Huebert and Tribal Manager, Melissa Crusoe will be available to meet with Tribal leaders throughout the conference.
If you would like to reach them directly, email firstname.lastname@example.org
April 24-25, 2023
NAFOA 41st Annual Conference
Renaissance Downton Hotel, Washington, DC
Cybersecurity: Protect Your Tribe’s Assets
Monday, April 24, 2023
4:00pm – 5:00pm
When was the last time you had someone try to penetrate your IT network to make sure your network and data is secure? All networks are vulnerable to outside attacks and remote work can increase the risk of cyberattacks. Employees need to be properly trained on identifying phishing and social engineering. Hear about cybersecurity events that have occurred and how tribal governments can ensure their networks and data are secure.
Juan Garcia, Financial Officer, Jamul Indian Village
Brian Grayek, IT & Cybersecurity Consulting Director, REDW LLC
Sorhna Li, CFO, Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians
Bobby Simpson, CIO, F&C CPAs