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Issue 193

November/December Issue Comment by Mary Pitt

RATHER THAN GOING down to the wire, the latest levy agreement was reached a week ahead of the October 31 deadline. The Bookmakers’ Committe...

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Wilf Gilbert shop compares well with Redditch multiples

There has been much talk of clustering in recent months, notably by MP Harriet Harman and in Channel 4’s ‘Dispatches’. Hackney and Harr...

pontins

Pontins shop is a winner

The first Pontins betting shop, which opened during the summer at Camber Sands Holiday Park in Sussex, has proved a successful venture, one that ...

Mike Whittaker

Introducing SIS’ New Chief Technology Officer

Among the many changes taking place at SIS in recent months is the appointment of Mike Whittaker as Chief Technology Officer in September. ...

Bet-Butler

Football League choose Bet Butler as new betting partner

The Football League has announced a partnership with concierge betting service Bet Butler, which will see the company become the Football League...

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Betting Promotion provides services to Samvo

Betting Promotion is to supply Samvo with part of its content. The agreement will see Betting Promotion providing a range of markets for a spe...

Graham Sharpe

Fastest four-course meal in the world!

PORNICHET sounded a rather iffy name for a racecourse, but it turned out to be a most acceptable seaside course on the Cote d’Amour (no, me nei...

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ABB reacts to Panorama FOBT investigation

The Association of British Bookmakers has reacted to Panorama’s ‘Gambling Nation’ investigation into fixed-odds betting terminals by reiter...

Barbara Berki receiving her trophy - Photo Lesley Sharman

Betting Shop Manager of the Year

William Hill's - Barbara Berki was named Racing Post/SIS Betting Shop Manager of the Year at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower hotel in London on No...

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Gain new customers with iMERGE digital signage

Do potential new customers pass your shop every day but not even look at the window displays? With an increasing number of static, printed displ...