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Welcome to the Blooloop 50 theme park influencer list 2019

  • Jenefer Brown

    After the launch last year of the Lionsgate Entertainment World in China, Jenefer Brown and her team are preparing for more themed entertainment experiences featuring the studio’s intellectual property.
  • Thierry Coup

    For the past 30 years, Thierry Coup has worked in a variety of creative theme park roles with both Universal and Disney, creating iconic and compelling rides and attractions.
  • Bill Ernest

    Bill Ernest, a former senior Disney executive will play a major part in shaping Saudi Arabia's entertainment sector over the coming decade as the Kingdom strives to become a top 10 global tourist destination by 2030.
  • Robert Iger

    Bob Iger is responsible for one of the largest media companies in the world, as well as the leading global player in the theme park industry. Under Iger's watch, The Walt Disney Company has significantly expanded its portfolio of intellectual property (IP).
  • Roland Mack

    Since co-founding Europa-Park in 1975 with his late father Franz, Roland Mack has developed the property into Europe's busiest non-Disney theme park.
  • HE Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak

    Chairman of Miral Asset Management, HE Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak sits at the helm of an organisation with assets in excess of US$12 billion. Miral's showpiece development is Yas Island.
  • Joe Rohde

    Authenticity is key to Joe Rohde's vision with every project he creates for Disney, the world's leading theme park operator.
  • Kelly Ryner

    Asia, and China in particular, is an important market for Thinkwell Group. Kelly Ryner, who was the firm's first employee back in 2001, now leads its Beijing studio.
  • Scott Trowbridge

    One of the biggest theme park events of 2019 was the opening of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at both Walt Disney World in Florida and at California's Disneyland Resort. The creative force behind these themed lands was Scott Trowbridge.
  • Nick Varney

    Nick Varney has masterminded the transformation of Merlin Entertainments from an operator of aquariums and other short-stay tourist offerings into the world's second-largest attractions operator.
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