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October webinar to explore trends and predictions for self-service kiosks

October webinar to explore trends and predictions for self-service kiosksImage provided by iStock.


The role of in-person, face-to-face shopping and dining interactions has drastically changed for most brands. Ongoing challenges such as health concerns, labor shortages and the need for hyper-personalization have driven the demand for self-service kiosks in hotels, restaurants and stadiums.

John Dittig

On Thursday, Oct. 6, 11 a.m. ET, Samsung and its partners at Soft Point and GRUBBRR will offer their insights during an hour-long webinar on the current state of the self-service industry and the important role kiosks will play in enabling the customer journey.

Discussion topics will include:

Jarrett Nasca
  • How does the self-service kiosk fit into industries like food and beverages and hospitality?
  • How do kiosks improve your business's operational efficiency?
  • Where is self-service heading in the future?

Speakers include:

  • John Ditttig, Senior Business Development Leader, Samsung North America, brings an extensive background in marketing, branding, marketing and more.
  • Jarrett Nasca, Chief Revenue Officer, GRUBBRR, brings more than two decades in corporate marketing and sales, including chief operating officer at the Orange Bowl and vice president of corporate marketing at Sunrise Sports & Entertainment.
  • Tim McKenna, Head of Sales and Marketing, SoftPoint, focuses on brining unattended, biometric and contactless solutions to retail and hospitality customers.
  • Tim McKenna
    To register for this free webinar, click here.

Photos provided by Samsung.



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