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Football and Stadium Management October - November 2018 Contents

1

Explosive Detection Dogs: Can they help increase security at your next event?

Terrorism is a global issue which affects all continents; UK is 35th on the list of countries most affected by terrorism, and fourth in Europe. The threat to the UK from International Terrorism remains at SEVERE, which means an attack is highly likely.

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2

SALTEX 2018 – the exhibition shaped by the industry

When the 73rd annual SALTEX exhibition opens its doors at the NEC, Birmingham on 31 October and 1 November, visitors can not only look forward to a comprehensive product display spread over three large halls, but they will also gain a great deal of expert information through the free-to-attend extensive education programme of CPD-accredited seminars and benefit from knowledge-gaining opportunities through other unique show features.

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3

Is Your Club Missing Out On Revenue?

As a result of using outdated software and technologies It is apparent that many clubs are not capitalising on the vast retail opportunities available to them. Here Stu Francis, CEO at Touchretail talks about when planning a club’s digital strategy, not to overlook what’s required in a modern solution. A club’s retail strategy should be an overall retail strategy and no longer just a digital one.

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4

Lord’s cricket ground completes successful Deposit Return Scheme

Lord’s cricket ground has completed a summer long Deposit Return Scheme (DRS), replacing single use plastic beer cups with reusable plastic pint pots

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5

Deep aeration increasingly effective in tackling sports pitch compaction, reveals Aggregate Industries

With this summer’s unprecedented heatwave having caused havoc for many sports pitches, Aggregate Industries is advising contractors of the long-term benefits to be had by deep aeration in maintaining a first-class playing surface.

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6

Connectivity: How drink ordering technology can win revenue for stadiums

Technology and football, the two have an interesting relationship. Off the pitch fans seem keen to embrace anything that can enhance their match experience. On the pitch, just say VAR and you can sit back knowing that the ensuing debate will last into the foreseeable future.

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7

Southampton FC Invest In Virtual Replacement Perimeter LED Technology

Southampton Football Club has agreed a new deal with stadium technology specialists, ADI, to install a new Virtual Hybrid perimeter LED display. The system integrates ground-breaking Augmented Reality technology that makes it possible to change the perimeter content seen by different viewing audiences around the world. It means fans in the stadium will see traditional LED content, whilst viewers watching the same match in different countries could see brand content tailored to their region.

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8

Remeha’s premium Quinta Ace 160 boilers a good match for Premier League side Wolves

Remeha high-efficiency condensing boilers are scoring high at Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, matching the Premier League team’s impressive recent performance on the pitch.

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