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DWS can undertake a range of negotiation services, including management contracts, lease agreements, gaming machine entitlements and operator selection.

We have over 20 years consulting experience relating to our negotiation services and have assisted with the execution of a range of agreements and deals. Our assistance as advisor has given us unique insight into all stakeholder positions.

Our negotiation assistance projects include clubs, taverns, serviced accommodation and other leisure, hospitality and tourism businesses and organisations. Each year, DWS complete over 500 consulting assignments. Recent negotiation assignments include:

  • Assistance with the negotiation of the sale of land for a hotel development on behalf of a Queensland regional council.
  • Compilation and negotiation of management contracts on behalf of licenced gaming and liquor venues.
  • Negotiation and advice on off-market gaming machine entitlements sales.
  • National operator selection assistance for a 60-bedroom four-star Queensland hotel.

With our exposure to an extensive portfolio of deals in the hospitality, gaming and leisure sectors, DWS provide a team of qualified experts to assist with negotiations and would welcome the opportunity to discuss negotiation requirements.

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