It’s been a while since we’ve been able to hold a live event. Therefore we cannot wait to host the 4th Annual KnowNow conference on 7/8 September. We’ve got a great agenda and will be running the event with a socially distanced audience at a London venue.
Read on for details about some of our speakers. Watch this space for further announcements.
We are super keen to bring the compliance and player protection community together to discuss the plethora of crucial topics that have arisen over the past 18 months since we ran our last live event in London back in January 2020. It is so important that we continue our crucial work of coming together as an industry to help make gambling safer.
Conference venues were allowed to open on the 17th May and we were gearing up to run the event at the end of June. However the rise of the Delta variant in the UK, travel restrictions and the pushing back of “freedom day” to 19th July were all working against us. We have therefore taken the decision to delay the event until after the summer. The new dates for your diary are 7th September for Social Responsibility for Gambling Operators and 8th September for Keeping Crime Out of Gambling.
What a crazy time we all find ourselves in. This unprecedented international crisis that leaves many of us on lockdown in our homes has certainly taken its toll on our industry and our businesses.
Don’t be late if you’re attending Keeping Crime out of Gambling. Opening the day with a Regulatory Round Up is Jason Chess, Partner at Wiggin LLP. Jason’s regulatory review will look back on a busy 12 months and take a look into the crystal ball to see what might be coming up next.
We’re delighted to announce that Adrian Sladdin, Managing Director, Seventh Wave Corporate Training will chair our annual conference in January. Adrian will be no stranger to delegates at KnowNow events having been involved in some lively debates at past events.
Joe Ewens from GamblingCompliance chaired our recent Responsible Marketing for Gambling Operators conference. We’re pleased to announce that he’s back to moderate a panel discussion at our forthcoming Keeping Crime out of Gambling event.