1. AUSTRALASIAN HOSPITALITY & GAMING (AHG) Expo – Gaming
The best in show in gaming, in what you would have seen in Brisbane at the AHG for 2021.
2. AUSTRALASIAN HOSPITALITY & GAMING (AHG) Expo – Hospitality
The best in show in everything for hospitality, in what you would have seen in Brisbane at the AHG for 2021.
3. FIVE ENTERTAINMENT TRENDS TO KEEP PEOPLE IN YOUR VENUE
There are plenty of non-traditional ideas to attract and retain more patrons in the era of streaming TV and DIY. Emma Castle reports
If last year rated a general zero, this year will be the one. Call me optimistic, but I feel the sum total of shit-ness in 2020 makes it karmically probable this one will be a whole lot better, if only due to lack of tumult.
As the year of the pandemic (as it will undoubtedly be remembered) drew to an end, there was little in the way of fanfare or innovation making news and waves in pub-land. While some industrious and delayed renovations found their way over the line, the more typical smattering of general innovations across the board never manifested, bar the pandemic pivots.
For this reason (and in consideration of our own sanity) we took some time off from this long-format forum, watching the world adjust and industry make the most of a subdued end to a disastrous calendar.
Sadly, the spectre of COVID and vestiges of volumetric restrictions forced the annual Brisbane show – the Australasian Hospitality & Gaming Expo – to postpone again, having been one of the first victims, in March last year.
In the hope of inspiring industry to move on and forward and get back to business, this special edition of our Webazine showcases many and the best of the exhibitors you might have seen at AHG 2021.
Here’s hoping things continue to only get better.
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