Gauselmann UK is setting new standards of player protection with the launch of 360 – a programme which cements the company’s continuous commitment to social responsibility.
Sascha Blodau, General Manager Gauselmann (UK) has urged the government to adopt a more granular or detailed strategy to help combat the spread of Covid-19.
International business was the driving force behind Gauselmann Group’s renewed increase in 2019 sales revenues
Despite unfavourable economic and political conditions, Gauselmann Group closed the 2019 business year with an increase in sales revenues of 6.7 per cent.
Gauselmann Group’s Merkur Casino arcades have been voted Germany’s ‘most popular gaming arcade’ by the respected business magazine Focus-Money.
Blueprint, part of the Gauselmann Group of UK facing brands, has launched an innovative home schooling programme to help employees and their families during the lockdown.
Sascha Blodau, General Manager at Gauselmann (UK) has warmly welcomed the relaxation of the trading rules announced by the prime minister on Sunday and confirmed that the company is ready to implement its detailed ‘Return To Work’ programme which includes all of the government’s protocols covering the safeguarding of both customers and staff.
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David Purvis became an early riser after his first job delivering milk in Glasgow necessitated a 4.30am start! Now the Managing Director of Blueprint Operations David expands on his love of betting and horses, in the process revealing a little known former career and how it led to an appearance in the Racing Post!
“An outstanding opportunity both to hear others’ views, and to have to explain and justify your own” is how Simon Thomas, Chairman and Chief Executive of The Hippodrome Casino, described last week’s Euromat Webinar ‘Getting ready for re-opening during Covid-19’ which attracted an extremely healthy 150 participants drawn from 12 countries.
Gauselmann owned brands, Praesepe and Blueprint have joined forces with Bacta to donate £12,000 to fund 100 Amazon Fire tablets and care packages to industry charity, Rays of Sunshine (ROS). The tablets, described as a ‘god send’ by ROS chief executive Laura Barnett, will be distributed to children who, due to restrictions introduced to help stem the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, find themselves isolated from friends and family in hospital.