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EUBYTES EU Bytes


Former Executive Director of the European Casino Association and current Managing Director of Time & Place Consulting, Glenn Cezanne provides the latest info on what’s trending and what’s coming down the pipeline in Brussels and around the EU.


Glenn Cezanne


H 32 JANUARY 2019


appy New Year! And how best to start 2019 than with a treat for you? In October 2018 I held an interview with Peter Wilding, the man who invented the word Brexit. It is now time to bring you the second interview of EUbytes, with


someone completely immersed in the gambling sector, but not from a political or legislative point of view. Rather, someone who understands the ins and outs of operations regarding the betting business. Joachim Marnitz visited the Time & Place Consulting offices, an expert punter who has dedicated his professional, and as I understand, quite a bit of his personal life to sports betting, both on behalf of other people and now himself and his business partner. Joachim has worked for several years as a trader for one of the top three professional football betting companies worldwide. Along with his business partner he now manages his own company that specialises in turning a profit through sports betting as well, while maintaining a German-language blog dedicated to explaining betting theory, which you can find at crimsoncorporation.de. So, let me just tell you quickly why I am so excited about


having had the opportunity to get Joachim on record today. First of all, his experience and understanding of the betting business is indispensable for anyone who is looking to operate a betting business itself – i.e. not least from the get-to-know-your-customer perspective. Secondly, in an


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