Shaun McCamley

    Shaun McCamley, previously the President of Grand Ho Tram Strip in Vietnam, has recently joined Global Market Advisors as head of their Asia office. McCamley has over 34 years experience in the Gaming Industry holding Key Management Gaming Licenses issued by the UK, USA, and Australia. He has worked as CEO and General Manager of major Far East-based consultancies and Casino Resort establishments. McCamley was commissioned to set up international standard casino establishments in Australia (Perth) the Philippines (Subic Bay) Tinian and former Republic of Yugoslavia. In 2004 he formed EuroPacificAsia Management Consulting Ltd, www.epamanagement.co.uk a firm that provides casino management and marketing services globally. He is also a specialist in the preparation of marketing and business plans for casino operators looking to expand into SE Asia. McCamley has a sharp focus on marketing initiatives that achieve the best possible ROI, looking at revenue projections and operating procedures. Also an expert in the online casino market, particularly within Asia and the Americas, he has a wealth of knowledge that enables him to drive global casino marketing and achieve strong results for any gaming group. Specialties include Senior Executive Management, Casino resort pre-opening phases, Manpower management and development, Casino Operations, Asia Pacific Marketing, Player Development, Interactive Gaming Consultancy, Expert Witness on all matters Gaming.

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