Regulating the Unexpected – A BMM Testlabs Webinar Series
BMM Testlabs is pleased to be the first testing laboratory to launch a weekly series of live educational webinars. These one-hour, live broadcasts feature BMM experts, top-tier gaming manufacturers and Tribal gaming professionals. This complimentary webinar series is designed to assist Tribal operators and regulators that are facing extended closures and other challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COO, International, Travis Foley, commented, “In times like these, it’s the strength of our community that brings us together, and it’s incredibly important to stay in touch with our colleagues and learn from each other’s experiences. We sincerely hope that our partnership will be a driving force in ensuring that Tribal operators have all the information they need when they are ready to open their properties back up to patrons.”
Armstrong Law Founder and Gaming Commissioner, Richard Armstrong, added, “I had the pleasure of joining forces with BMM as a moderator within their weekly webinar series. BMM continuously provides unique and innovative training solutions and support services to the gaming industry, and I am proud to align my experience and expertise with their mission.”
Sr. Director, Tribal Services, Michael Price, commented, “These virtual sessions are enabling our partners to stay connected and learn about the latest industry developments and network in real-time. BMM remains steadfast in our commitment to our industry partners, and we will continue to offer educational support by leveraging our vast network of resources to help them every step of the way.”
If you would like to learn more about our webinar series or how BMM can align our exceptional training solutions to fit your unique needs, please reach out to Michael Price at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- May 1st – Managing the Relationship between Regulator and Casino Management and Regulator and Tribal Government
- May 8th – Rapid Recovery for Regulators – The Licensing Process
- May 15th – Crisis Communication – Preparedness Plans
- May 22nd – Responsible Gaming
- May 29th – Gaming Manufacturers Panel – Preparedness Plans