AG International Expo Chairman Martin Burlin commented: “Last year’s seminar programme was well attended and we received positive feedback on both the speakers and content. The challenge for 2012 has been to build on this to reflect EAG International’s broadening base whilst continuing to deliver valuable advice and insight.
“We’ve been extremely fortunate in re-securing the services of leading industry consultants Frank Seninsky and Michael Getlan, whose inspirational seminars were very popular last year. Frank and Michael will be joined BACTA Chief executive Leslie Macleod-Miller.”
Michael Getlan is Director of Enthusiasm and Opportunity for Amusement Consultants, New Roc Entertainment and Smiles Amusement Co. A former board member of IAAPA and third generation operator, Michael has extensive experience of owning and operating family amusement centres across the USA and also provides business development and management services to independent operators. Michael Getlan’s first seminar will be Redemption Basics: Getting It Right First time. Michael will also host the seminar, Working With The Public And dealing With Difficult Guests
Frank Seninsky is President of the Alpha-Omega group of companies which includes the consulting agency Amusement Entertainment Management LLC. Frank has 41 years’ operating experience in the leisure entertainment industry and has assisted in the development of over 250 successful and award winning entertainment projects around the world. A past president of AMOA, Frank has more than 1500 articles and 350 seminars to his credit. Frank will speak on Ten Critical Steps In Designing & Laying Out A Game Zone and Successful Strategies In Running Self-Redemption For Street Operators.
Leslie Macleod-Miller joined BACTA as CEO 6 years ago and has piloted the association and industry through probably the most difficult period in its long history. With a background in international law and experience gained with major global organisation such as ladbrookes, Hilton International and Disney, Miller ideally qualified to give an insight to the legislative and regulatory issues facing the industry in the coming months. He will update both BACTA and BALPPA members on the current position and explain how the associations are working closely together to improve the industries future.
With stand reservations and visitor registrations ahead of last year, EAG International Expo 2012 is rapidly gathering momentum. The enhanced seminar programme has been designed to offer attendees insight into this dynamic sector and is free to all attendees. With a location close to the show floor and providing access to some of the industry’s leading authorities, EAG International Expo’s Seminar Programme is an unmissable port of call for all visitors.
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