The Elite Dinner Returns to London for XBIZ EU

LONDON — Host, SexEntertain and this year’s Elite Dinner sponsors — CommerceGate, AWE and Paxum — have announced plans for the sixth annual Elite Dinner to take place at a celebrity chef restaurant in London's ultra hip SOHO district during the 2012 XBIZ EU conference.

The 2012 XBIZ EU international digital media conference, presented by AWE, is set for Sept. 17-19 at the Radisson Edwardian Bloomsbury in London.

Hosted by CommerceGate, Paxum and Adult Webmaster Empire, the Elite Dinner takes place on Tuesday, Sept. 18, with transportation provided from the Bloomsbury Hotel to the venue.

The Elite Dinner’s venue is a Michelin-starred restaurant, notable for providing a refined, elegant and sumptuous experience, the company said.

SexEntertain's popular Elite Dinner at XBIZ EU 2012 is now in its second year in London and in its sixth-year as a premier private gathering specifically for industry leaders, company owners and decision-makers.
Attendance at the Elite Dinner is by invitation only and is set for Sept. 18 at 6 p.m. To be considered for an invitation, email events@sexentertain.com.

For more information about XBIZ EU, visit XBIZEU.com.

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