Work has started on a major new attraction in St. Louis, Missouri – the St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station. Part of the $160 million family entertainment complex at the city’s National Historic Landmark train station, it is being designed by St. Louis-based architects PGAV Destinations and built by another local firm, McCarthy. The new […]
Another busy summer season has ended for European theme park operators. However they must remain focused on their strategic business development plans for the years to come. With the Euro Attractions Show (EAS) this week in Berlin here is a look at four key trends shaping the market. By Joseph Joy (right), Director, Strategic Accounts, Triotech. […]
Understanding what visitors enjoy, and more importantly don’t, paints a unique picture for operators developing strategies to enhance and evolve their theme park technology offerings. By Mel Taylor, CEO, Omnico Group Visitor expectations demand an interactive, immersive and innovative experience. New research has revealed their biggest frustrations and how they think their experiences can be made more […]
Tracy Kahaner on the ongoing attraction of the corporate visitor centre
“My bucket list is nearly empty. Sloshing around at the bottom was the burning desire drive the exciting roads through and over the Alps made famous by the infamous ex-boys of Top Gear.” Martin Howe takes a roadtrip to Paris for the 2015 Euromax conference followed by Ecsite in Trento.
The second blooloopLIVE London saw polar bear cubs, wheel envy and talking statues. Martin Howe was there.
What a week in tech! It started with the breakthrough achievement of a paraplegic with a mind controlled exo-skeleton taking the first kick of the world cup.
Examples of scientists taking design guidelines from nature
With the Euro Attractions Show 2013 on the doorstep, our team of IAAPA Europe is working long days to make sure everything will run smoothly in Paris. Our members and exhibitors deserve nothing less as they continue to support our growth. So once again we can proudly announce the biggest EAS exhibit floor to date.
This year’s Euro Attractions Show (EAS) in Paris will mark the 10th
anniversary of Europe’s largest trade fair for the attractions industry!
In looking back to the first show in Vienna, Austria we are extremely
happy to see the development of EAS.
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