These four-part 60-minutes seminar sessions, from July 7-10th, will include key speakers discussing the recent experiences of major casino operators in light of COVID-19.
With U.S. casinos beginning to reopen or have dates for reopening after extended closures, questions still remain about the roadmap to long-term recovery. That’s why Clarion Gaming has decided to launch ‘The Road Back,’ an event from ICE North America brand that will give participants real-world lessons learned from some incredible industry players. Some of the main panelists will be the following: James Maida (GLI), Bob Parente (Scientific Games), Michael Rumbolz (Everi), Thomas Jingoli (Konami Gaming), Gavin Isaacs (SBTech), Chris Smith (Boyd Gaming), Jeffrey Hamilton (Mohegan Sun), Scott Sibella (Resorts World Las Vegas), Rick Fields (Mandalay Bay), Bob Miller (former Nevada Governor), Steve Hill (Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority), Virginia Valentine (Nevada Resort Association), Russell Sanna (International Center for Responsible Gaming), Steve Gallaway (Global Market Advisors), and Stowe Shoemaker (UNLV), among others.
‘The Road Back’ will take place from Tuesday, July 7th to Friday, July 10th, 2020, in sessions from 8.30am – 9.30am PDT / 11.30am – 12.30pm EST / 4.30pm – 5.30pm BST. The agenda includes these relevant subjects:
-Tuesday, July 7th: ‘Roadmap to Phased Recovery: On-boarding and Training Your Workforce to Deliver a Safe and Comfortable Gaming Experience to Your Customers’
-Wednesday, July 8th: ‘The Role of Gaming and Hospitality Sectors in Aiding State Governments to Recover Economically – A Regulatory and Legislative Perspective’
-Thursday, July 9th: ‘Preparing For Possible Shifts in Post-COVID-19 Customer Demographics and Adapting Your Product to Stay Relevant’
-Friday, July 10th: ‘Communicating a strong sense of health and safety while delivering on the fun and excitement appeal’
Executives interested on attending this event can register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3753370265864654607?source=VisProm.