KnowNow Training. In-house training courses from KnowNow Limited.

We’re delighted to launch a series of KnowNow Training courses for the gambling industry. Furthermore we can also offer you a bespoke training solution to meet your organisations needs.

2020 was a year of uncertainty, change and turmoil for everybody. Our businesses had to learn to adapt quickly. We all had to embrace new ways of working, engaging with customers and colleagues and responding very quickly to regulatory change.

In 2021 it is more important than ever to make sure that your team is up to date and equipped with the knowledge and skills to enable your business to continue to thrive in these times and beyond.

KnowNow Training and conferences.

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New Dates for the Player Protection Forum and Workshop

We have regrettably had to make the decision to move the forthcoming Player Protection Forum and Workshop to the new dates of the 1st to 3rd March 2022.

We were hoping to run the event as planned on 18th to 20th January. We have an amazing lineup of speakers all set to discuss all the most pressing topics, fantastic sponsors and a number of delegates signed up from across the industry. None of that will change – it will just take place a few weeks later than planned.

Player Protection Forum and Workshop 2022 from KnowNow Limited

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Player Protection Workshop with Seventh Wave Corporate Training

We’re delighted that Adrian Sladdin, Director, Seventh Wave Corporate Training is chairing our Player Protection Forum in March 2022. It’s going to be a busy few days for Adrian. On day 3 he’ll be holding an exclusive Workshop designed to build on the learning across the two previous days.

So with a quick insight into what to expect from the Workshop we’ll hand over to Adrian…

Player Protection Forum and Workshop 2022 from KnowNow Limited

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Introducing our sponsor nChain, the global leader in research and development of blockchain technologies.

We are delighted to welcome nChain, the global leader in research and development of blockchain technologies, as a sponsor at our 4th annual conference.

Don’t miss their representative, Nick Hill on our panel discussion on Day 1: Throughout the period of lockdown there was a lot of concern about the potential for an increase in problem gambling. However, the Gambling Commission’s annual gambling behaviours study reported a drop in problem gambling rates from 0.6% in 2019 to 0.3% in 2020. Why do we think this was? And what should our takeaways be to keep those stats going in the right direction?

4th Annual KnowNow Limited conference

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