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Venue Management

DWS carry out a range of venue management services for clients in the hospitality, gaming, tourism and leisure sectors. Our venue management services include the direct management of specific functional elements of leisure businesses including gaming, marketing and assistance with venues in receivership.

We have over 20 years consulting experience relating to our management services with our consultants having managed high profile venues. DWS can offer strong expertise on all functional aspects of hospitality businesses.

Our management projects include clubs, taverns and accommodation projects. Each year, DWS complete over 500 consulting assignments. Recent management services projects include:

  • Interim management of a club venue in receivership with responsibility for the full operational performance of the venue to drive improved valuations.
  • Management of the marketing function of a large Queensland venue including responsibility for online social media content, design and implementation of marketing plans.
  • Ongoing management of the gaming function of one of the largest Queensland gaming venues including responsibility for the gaming room design and layout, capital expenditure for new gaming machines and management of the gaming loyalty and marketing initiatives.

We would welcome the opportunity to assist you with venue management projects and confidentially discuss how to improve functional performance.

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