As demand for GeWeTe’s cash handling equipment continues to grow, the company has strengthened its technical team to cope with the demand
Bacta’s Tony Boulton: ‘Gaming does not have a future without being able to offer alternative payment methods’
Tony Boulton, Director of Public and Political Relations at MERKUR UK, puts his Divisional hat on to discuss the challenge presented by the world shortage of chips and implications for delivering product for the 2022 season, the golden opportunity facing resort economies, the central importance of safer gambling and why the Review of Gambling really is the most important that the industry has faced.
In the latest progressive initiative from MERKUR, the brand has broken new ground by supporting the National Trust’s Woodland Appeal which will see it fund the planting of 1,500 trees at the same time as spreading awareness of the work of the Trust amongst staff, customers and the broader stakeholder community.
I wanted to write to you with some key information for reopening on Monday 17th May, which are set out below for your reference.
The Gauselmann Group has invested close to half a billion pounds in the UK economy: its’ founder and CEO Paul Gauselmann questions whether the Government’s decision to discriminate against AGCs in its reopening roadmap means the company can continue to invest in the high street as it had planned
In what was one of the most important budgets of recent times we broadly welcome the outcome of what was delivered by Rishi Sunak.
Let’s get the details of re-opening agreed and in place now so the industry can help start the recovery on the high street, argues Gauselmann’s Sascha Blodau.
“Gauselmann UK is a fully integrated business with both consumer facing and b2b brands, two sectors that have received significantly different levels of government assistance.
Helping MPs understand the basics of the business and its contributions to local economies and communities is at the heart of Gauselmann UK’s political engagement programme which continues to go from strength to strength
How will you look back on 2020?
Without doubt 2020 has been the most challenging year that I can remember.