Motivational speaker and entrepreneur Brian Cha conducted a workshop on sales and consumer behavior last week at The Venetian Macao, as part of the Celebrity Mentor Workshop Series, co-organized by the Macao Government Tourism Office and Sands China Ltd.
Launched last month, the new training program invites celebrity mentors to conduct customer service workshops for retailers in Macau, including
employees of the retail outlets at Sands Shoppes.
According to a statement issued by the gaming operator, the workshops give retail employees a chance to learn from experts in their respective fields.
Around 120 retail professionals attended Cha’s session at The Venetian’s Adelson Advanced Education Center, where he covered topics such as using the latest sales techniques and attracting customers to take a proactive approach while shopping.
Four workshops have been planned for the Celebrity Mentor project and each session intends to train around 120 participants. The first workshop in
the series was conducted last month by Hong Kong actress and UK-accredited
trainer Astrid Chan on the topic of personal branding.
Wynn donates MOP600,000 to Tung Sin Tong
To support Tung Sin Tong’s annual fundraising campaign, Wynn has contributed MOP 600,000 this year to support its charitable efforts and nourish the spirit of local philanthropy.
The gaming operator organized for 1,300 team members and their families to take part in the annual charity walk “Walk for a Million.”
This donation is made to support the expansion of Tung Sin Tong’s social welfare services, providing much-needed assistance to the underprivileged in the community.
Several of the gaming operator’s executives led by Ian Michael Coughlan, president and executive director of Wynn Macau, held a cheque presentation ceremony at Wynn Palace.
According to the gaming operator, it has been actively encouraging its team members to participate in the fundraising campaigns of the Charity Fund.