Reputation Matters: the gambling sector in the spotlight
Thursday 7 November 2019, 2pm-7pm
Soho Hotel, 4 Richmond Mews, London W1D 3DH
Tickets: £130 - buy here via EventBrite
There can be no doubt the public perception of the gambling sector has been harmed in recent years in the UK. A mix of controversies, impassioned debates and highly visible advertising and marketing has placed the sector in the spotlight as never before.
In the face of this the industry has struggled to find a voice to express its point of view or managed to do much to persuade the politicians and policymakers. The industry is under attack and its defences are low.
In an attempt to frame the debate, Clear Concise Media has put together a half-day conference on Thursday, 7 November at the Soho Hotel in London.
Consisting of a series of keynote speeches and expert panels, the event will discuss various aspects of the debate surrounding the industry’s current stature and its future.
Among those lined up to speak are Kenny Alexander, chief executive at GVC, Sir Charles Napier from Atlas Partners, Lyndsay Wright, director of strategy and sustainability at William Hill, Sarah Hanratty, chief executive at Senet, Ian Ince, global head of regulatory affairs and compliance, Playtech and Joshua van Raalte, a corporate and social responsibility expert at the Brazil Agency.