SMART-TECH 2015

New York Marriott Marquis in New York City Times Square
1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036 - Click here to make hotel reservations at special group rate

Lottery Attendees Complimentary Click here

Early Bird Vendors Click here to register
The full conference registration package includes entrance to all education sessions, presentations, two breakfasts and two luncheons (on Tuesday and Wednesday), coffee breaks, and three evening receptions Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information or to register by phone please call 425-449-3000.  Visit www.publicgaming.org for conference updates.

Jan. 20, 2004: The Tennessee Lottery began selling tickets. First-day ticket sales, which began three weeks earlier than expected, totaled $10.8 million. The Lottery has raised over $3 Billion for Education in Tennessee.
“I am very proud to have led this group of amazing professionals through a year of tremendous growth” said Chris Riegel, CEO of STRATACACHE. “Across our key industry sectors, vertical markets and regions of the world, 2014 came together with the critical mass that we all knew was possible.” “Our results-oriented business approach has gained the trust of many new Fortune 500 clients as well as continued investment from our existing client base worldwide, Riegel said.”
A proposal championed by Rep. Eric Pettigrew, D-Seattle, and Sen. Pam Roach, R-Auburn, would classify fantasy sports as contests of skill, not gambling.
Writing for the majority, Judge Mary Schroeder found "nothing unreasonable about the regulation's intent to prevent restored tribes from acquiring additional land to operate multiple gaming operations.""Restored tribes, if allowed to operate an indefinite number of casinos on newly restored lands, would of course have an advantage over established tribes," Schroeder wrote, "but it is not clear that allowing restored tribes to move a casino to a different location would necessarily have the same effect."
Alice Gast, President, Imperial College London: We should embed a scientific mindset into business culture. Here are three attributes -

1. Sceptical curiosity -Scientists need to be sceptical. Like their colleagues in business and industry, they also must innovate. As they innovate, scientists strike a careful balance between curiosity, intuition and scepticism. Their work is driven forwards by curiosity, and it is guided by intuition and prior knowledge, but techniques such as external and internal peer reviews and randomized control trials are also embedded in their way of thinking to avoid blind optimism and bias.

2. Collaborative competitiveness -The best scientists readily compete and collaborate with one another. Someone in a different field or organization could have the key to unlocking the problem they are working on. When the problems get tough, scientists want to build the best team, even if the partner is a fierce competitor.

3. Confidence in the face of uncertainty and the unknown -The scientist’s business is the unknown. Where something is unknown, it is an opportunity to be pursued rather than avoided. This requires the ability to deal with ambiguity and uncertainty, which most people find difficult. In experiments, a lack of correlation moves science forward as much as a positive correlation. No information is ever complete. Scientists are comfortable with moving forward purposefully when faced with incomplete or problematic data sets.

Join GLI on stand N3-210 at ICE or visit gaminglabs.com. GLI is an associate member of WLA, NASPL, CIBELAE and the European Lotteries. GLI President James Maida will offer valuable insights on the panel “How to do Business in Indian Country,” which takes place Tuesday, 3 February at 12:00 p.m







SMART-TECH 2015

SMART-TECH 2015

New York Marriott Marquis in New York City Times Square
1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036 The full conference registration package includes entrance to all education sessions, presentations, two breakfasts and two luncheons (on Tuesday and Wednesday), coffee breaks, and three evening receptions Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. For more information or to register by phone please call 425-449-3000.  Visit www.publicgaming.org for conference updates.  
Click here to make hotel reservations at special group rate

Lottery Attendees Complimentary Click here


Early Bird Vendors Click here to register 

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Government Lotteries and their commercial partners have become the market leaders.   Instead of responding to change as it occurs in the market-place, Team Lottery is leading the charge with innovative approaches to brand extensions, integrating multi-media strategies for new customer-acquisition and core customer relationship management, aligning game development and marketing strategies with real-world player profiles instead of old-school demographic segmentation, and converting ‘big data’ into better products delivered at the right time, in the right place, to the right consumer.   All the pieces are in place for Team Lottery to consolidate its position as the most progressive, exciting, and trusted operator in the games-of-chance industry.

Steve Jobs once said “The only ones crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones that do”.  

PGRI Conferences are about giving voice to the ideas that matter most, the ideas that are making an impact, the ideas that may even be changing the world of government-gaming.   Join is in New York to be a part of the movement to reinvent Lottery for the modern consumer-driven market-place. 


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