Women in Gaming Australasia is pleased to announce that ALH Group has joined as a Silver Partner.
Women in Gaming Australasia (WGA) is the only industry body in Australasia dedicated to empowering women working in, or looking to work in, the thriving and fast-paced gaming industry.
Launched in May 2017, WGA supports the development and success of women in the industry through education, mentorship and networking opportunities.
“We are thrilled to have ALH Group on board as a partner” said WGA CEO Helen Galloway. “As Australia’s leading pub operator of electronic gaming machines, wagering, sports betting outlets and KENO, ALH Group will have a large impact increasing the levels of females in leadership and contributing to gender equality within gaming.”
“ALH are committed to promoting diversity in management and we believe our partnership with WGA will further assist in developing the career of many of the talented females currently working within our business.” said ALH CEO Bruce Mathieson Jnr.
ALH Group is the fourth partner of WGA joining The Star Entertainment Group, Aristocrat and Crown Resorts.
ALH Group employ over 15,000 people across Australia at more than 330 licensed venues and in excess of 550 retail liquor outlets.