Clarion’s Code Of Conduct — The Details (Update)

New terms and conditions of service are designed to work for everyone in the industry

Major UK expo organiser Clarion Gaming has provided full details on its new Code of Conduct for clients following yesterday’s advisory from md Kate Chambers that a change of approach is necessary in show presentations (see previous InfoPowa report):

Clarion Gaming Code of Conduct

Clarion Gaming commits to provide a safe, respectful, ethical and appropriate working environment for everyone, including staff, exhibitors, customers and suppliers, which is not discriminatory towards, or offensive to, individuals or groups for reasons of age, disability, sexual orientation, class, ethnicity, race, colour, faith, marital status or gender.

Dress code: stand staff

This dress code applies to “stand staff”, who are defined as staff of any gender used by exhibitors or sponsors to promote their products or services at an event.

Partial or total nudity or overtly sexual or suggestive clothing or marketing methods will not be allowed.

At the discretion of Clarion Gaming, the sole possible exception to this rule may be promotional characters that are seen “in-game” but exhibitors must obtain permission in this respect from Clarion Gaming show management prior to commencement of the show.

If, for any reason, stand staff and/or an exhibit and/or its contents are deemed inappropriate by Clarion Gaming show management, the exhibitor will be asked to alter the attire of its stand staff and/or the exhibit and/or its contents.

The decision of Clarion Gaming show management in each of the above respects will be final.

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We first met in January 2001 at the ICE in London where I observed him going booth to booth interviewing online casino, software, and licensing jurisdiction representatives. Brian was also heavily involved with our forum as “Jetset“, he was involved as an informal consultant to eCOGRA, the OPA, and was a player advocate who assisted countless aggrieved players with his connections to industry folks. He also published “Casino Cautions” via Infopowa news for quite a number of years. These can be found in our news archives.

His passing in February 2019 was a dark day for us. He will be forever missed.

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