Blueprint Operations has described the introduction of its Buy Direct initiative as a ‘phenomenal success’. Six months after it was launched to the UK industry in December 2021 the leading creator and supplier of low stake, low prize Cat C and B3 gaming entertainment to the AGC, Pub and Bingo sectors has grown its customer base to in excess of 600 active accounts – a ten-fold increase on the pre-launch figure.
Regal Gaming Technologies has commissioned a series of short films to help customers and their teams understand important areas of the business.
Regal Gaming and Leisure, which operates 9,000 AWP’s and 5,000 pieces of ancillary equipment across both managed and tenanted estates, has strengthened its customer-facing team with the appointment of three new Business Development Managers. Carl Turner and Hayley Macklin-Brown join Regal’s Exeter Service Centre with Sallyanne Mead reporting to Dean Rockall, Manager of the London East Service Centre. The trio boast close to 80-years of industry experience with Carl Turner representing an internal promotion having first joined Regal in 2013.
“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
Blueprint Operations managing director David Purvis believes AGCs are taking progressive steps to retain players, investing in the latest gaming equipment as a method of delivering what he is describing as ‘big entertainment experiences’.
With an exciting year ahead, Blueprint prepares to enhance its focus on bingo centric content in the coming months putting the C in community, according to Nicola Wallbank.
Gaming’s digital revolution is driving the pursuit of excellence
Blueprint’s David Purvis argues that digital gaming is raising the bar and helping to take the gaming entertainment experience from good to great.
The Gauselmann Group has underlined its commitment to and faith in the UK gaming industry by completing the second stage of a three part AGC investment project which in infrastructure terms alone will total £15m by completion in Q4 2020.
Blueprint’s David Purvis outlines the solid foundations helping the Gauselmann owned brand to build an exciting player centric future.