Recently KnowNow partnered with RightWay Compliance and Seventh Wave Training to bring you this interactive online training course. This was a great success so we are running the 5 week training course again starting on the 29th September.
“I really enjoyed the course and it was nice to have the two different tracks. For me it was really helpful, I learned a lot and it was great that it was interactive. I think that’s the best way to pick up the information.”
Nicole Bernaerts, Regulatory Compliance Officer, L&L Europe Ltd
There has been a fair few changes and considerations during the International pandemic that mean those working in Compliance and Player Protection might need to bring in new ways of working and be aware of different regulatory guidelines.
This five week online training course is specifically designed to give you all of the knowledge and information you need to implement and maintain best practice in the new normal and beyond.
We have taken the difficult decision to make our Responsible Marketing for Gambling Operators Conference in October an entirely digital event.
So far 2020 has been a year of uncertainty, change and turmoil for everybody. Our businesses have had to learn to adapt quickly. We have all had to embrace new ways of working, engaging with customers and colleagues and responding very quickly to regulatory change.
It is more important than ever to make sure that your team is up to date and equipped with knowledge and skills that will enable your business to continue to thrive in these times and beyond.
The key founding principle at KnowNow is that ethical business is not just the right thing to do, it is also the best way to ensure sustainable commercial success. That’s quite a big statement I know! But it’s one I base my whole business on and I’m very confident I can back up.
The Betting and Gaming Council has announced publication of the 6th edition of the Gambling Industry Code for Socially Responsible Advertising.
This will give David Clifton, Clifton Davies Associates, plenty to discuss when he interviews Brigid Simmons, Chairman BGC, at our Responsible Marketing for Gambling Operators Conference in October.
Our MD Paula Murphy joined a Rightlander Q&A to discuss the impact of advertising restrictions in the UK, Spain and other markets during covid-19.
KnowNow turned 3 this year. Where does the time go? Here’s KnowNow MD, Paula Murphy, reflecting on the challenges this most difficult year has presented to the gambling industry and looking ahead at the planned KnowNow events for the remainder of the year.
2020 – what a crazy year it has been so far! Back in December we left the old decade and welcomed the new full of excitement for what the next few months might hold. I posted pictures of my family, all smiling, squished around my brothers dining table for breakfast on New Year’s Day accompanied by #newdecade and #movingforward. I didn’t see my brother, sister in law and my four gorgeous nieces again until three weeks ago.
As the twenty-tens became the twenties we all became aware that there was a virus in China that sounded pretty horrific. However none of us expected it to impact our lives the way it has.
We’re delighted to announce that Jason Chess, Partner at Wiggin LLP will be joining the line-up of speakers at our Responsible Marketing for Gambling Operators conference.
Jason will be presenting The legalities of what is and isn’t allowed. How do we interpret the rules?
Welcome to Jason Shiers, Certified Psychotherapist & Transformative Coach, Addiction Therapist and Author who joins our line-up of speakers at our Responsible Marketing for Gambling Operators conference.
Jason will be presenting: The inside out approach to addiction and problem gambling. A deep dive into understanding the lived experience of problem gambling and addiction.
Welcome back to Ian Angus, Director of Policy, UK Gambling Commission. He’ll be opening our Responsible Marketing for Gambling Operators conference with a Keynote speech – A view from the regulator.
With events planned up until January 2021 we want our delegates to know that we have their safety front of mind when planning our conferences. We will continue to use etc.venues who have an 18 point plan to ensure that you’re in safe (and fully sanitised) hands when attending our events at their venues.