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AVA Technical Day: Members Are Urged to Attend on 14 September

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David Llewellyn

AVA : The AVA is looking forward to welcoming members to its AVA Technical Day, which it describes as ‘an opportunity for members to hear more about issues impacting the vending industry and receive advice from industry experts.’

The event will take place at Campden BRI Station Road in Chipping Campden on 14 September. ‘It’s a must-attend event for all AVA Operator members, especially their  Operations and Technical teams’, CEO David Llewellyn said. ‘The day will cover essentials of day-to-day operations from water quality, pest infestations and portable appliance testing. We’ll also put our magnifying glass over the progress and developments in payment systems and the impact on equipment, ways to future proof your business for changing legislation and exploring client and consumer demands.’

Throughout the day, the AVA has a roster of specialist speakers to discuss everything you need to know and managing costs and the impacts to your business. David will also be discussing the various cup levy proposals from the home nations and what they will means to your business, be they threats or opportunities.

The event winds up with a panel discussion on the future of cashless payment, with a strong line up of knowledgeable guests including James Birch from VMC, Paul Weston from Worldline and Mark Parry from Vianet.

For the full schedule of the day, head to: https://www.the-ava.com/downloads/AVA-Technical-Day-14-09-22-V4.pdf

To book your discounted AVA member place call 03300 883 267 or email Penny.Rowell@the-ava.com 

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