Speaking at Tabcorp Gaming Solutions’ Big Picture Breakfast, the Chairman of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board, Paul Clitheroe, talked about technology, change and customer demographics, and why these continue to matter to venue managers and owners. Being able to adapt to the changing socioeconomic landscape has always been – and still is – a core survival skill for large and small business across all industries. It’s part of the now familiar term, ‘future-proofing your business’. It’s crucial to start putting in place now strategies that cover your venue offering, loyalty programs, hiring and other aspects of your business – plans that provide you with greater agility, certainty and, more importantly, commercial and competitive advantages. “And if you’re not doing this, someone else is,” Paul Clitheroe warns. Clitheroe spoke about business agility and technology to a room of venue managers and business owners at Tabcorp Gaming Solutions’ recent Big Picture Breakfast events in both Sydney and Melbourne. Known for his television show Money that aired in the 1990s and early 2000s, and currently serving as the chairman of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board, Clitheroe shared two key pieces of advice that are vital to venue managers. ADVICE #1: DON’T…
Australia’s leading hospitality and gaming expo is only one week away and there are plenty of reasons why you should attend.
In September 2016, the hotel industry honoured two of Victoria’s most respected hospitality groups at the 2016 AHA National Awards for Excellence – a platform for recognising venue and service excellence right across Australia.
VIP patrons from some of Victoria’s leading hotels and clubs gathered to cheer on their favourite horses at Tabcorp Gaming Solutions’ Caulfield Guineas VIP Rewards Race Day on Saturday 8 October.
At our August ‘Big Picture Breakfast’ in Sydney, the TGS team invited two of our customers to share their stories. Steelers General Manager Scott Miles and CEO of Club Condell Park Shane Scanlon-Keevers took to the spotlight to explain the changes to their businesses and the work they’ve been doing with TGS.
On August 10 2016, TGS gathered gaming industry specialists, leading economists and representatives from numerous venues to a ‘Big Picture Breakfast’ event in Sydney, exploring the wider trends impacting our industry now and over the next few years.