Corporate Governance & Strategic Planning | DWS Hospitality Specialists

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Governance

DWS carry out a range of governance services for clients in the hospitality, gaming and leisure sectors. Our governance services include strategic planning, corporate governance, constitution development and board reporting.

We have over 20 years consulting experience relating to our governance services and have developed highly effective techniques that assist with the successful operation of businesses.

Our governance projects primarily include clubs, taverns and casinos. Each year, DWS complete over 500 consulting assignments. Recent governance projects that have been undertaken by DWS include:

  • Annual strategic planning undertaken for major club venues across Australia.
  • Corporate governance training undertaken for the boards of licenced and unlicenced entities.
  • Constitutional amendments proposed and adopted by major Australian associations.
  • Board reporting at management and board level incorporating key performance indicators developed for a range of hospitality businesses.

DWS has extensive exposure to the often complex structure of club environments and is ideally placed to assist with strategic planning and corporate governance initiatives. We would welcome the opportunity to discuss these needs further with the strictest of confidence.

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