DWS Hospitality Specialists | Consultants and Analysts

Our Staff

DWS employs over 25 professionals, including experienced consultants specialising in a diverse range of services including; finance, licensing, governance, gaming analysis, risk and human resource management, training, marketing, negotiation, venue and asset management. All of our consultants have had direct employment in these fields at various points in their careers and understand the mechanics and operation of hospitality businesses. They combine this direct experience with their consulting expertise to offer strong insight and understanding of the hospitality, tourism and leisure sectors.

In addition to our staffs’ exceptional portfolio of experience and qualifications, DWS is associated with a number of elite industry groups and businesses, assisting us in delivering fast, exceptional results.

Finding a consultancy business that has the ability to meet all the diverse facets of the hospitality industry can be a challenge.  When you work with us, you can be guaranteed of receiving practical, effective advice and solutions.


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