The ‘Know Your Customer’ philosophy is at the heart of Merkur UK’s latest 360 initiative which has been designed to deliver a safer playing experience for all of its customers
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
As a business, we are remaining operational through the national lockdown 3.0, with some employees working from home and a very small number based in our Newark office. We continue to work hard on improving our customer experience and continuing to build and develop cabinets and content so when your doors can be opened again, we will be ready.
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“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
Safer gambling should be much more than just a slogan which is why Praesepe, the Gauselmann UK owned brand, is working hard to embed the culture among staff and customers at every opportunity.
Gauselmann’s political engagement campaign is helping to improve knowledge of the industry amongst MPs. Former Government Chief Whip, Andrew Mitchell MP, is the latest to see his constituents at play at a Merkur AGC.
Gauselmann UK has moved quickly to establish its’ 360 programme, inviting one of the world’s leading responsible gambling experts to join its Advisory Board.
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.