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Green 4 Solutions releases reopening & recovery guide for attractions

Green 4 recovery guide

Green 4 Solutions, provider of CRM admissions, food & beverage, retail, membership and marketing solutions, has produced a new guide on reopening and recovery for attractions.

Green 4 Solutions is pleased to announce the release of its new guide – The Re-Opening & Recovery Guide for Leisure Venues and Visitor Attractions. Over the summer, the company has been working closely with a range of clients in the attractions industry, helping them reopen and adjust to the new normal in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

During this time, Green 4 Solutions has discovered several useful insights into how to reopen successfully, and it has now put these all together in one handy guide. The company’s experience and solutions will help to get attractions venues running safely and smoothly once more.

Adjusting to the new normal

For instance, Green 4 Solutions’ visitor portal can help operators to manage advance bookings, limit guest numbers and shorten queues, meaning attractions can easily stick to social distancing guidelines. The portal allows for the pre-ordering of food and drink, meaning that operators can lock in revenues.

The company’s solutions can help to enhance the visitor experience, improve engagement and increase revenues, allowing operators to be better prepared for the challenges of COVID-19 and the season ahead.

To access the new guide, please click here.

Green 4 Solutions also recently announced that it has provided ticketing and CRM systems for Bodmin Jail, a popular attraction in Cornwall, UK, which is reopening this October following a £40 million redevelopment and preservation project.

We talked to Martin Lyall, CEO of the Bodmin Jail attraction, in August 2020. He spoke about the refurbishment project at the historic venue, as well as its unique new Dark Walk immersive experience and the benefits of Green 4 Solutions ticketing systems.

Earlier this year, Green 4 Solutions also worked with the Eden Project, helping them to reopen safely following the pandemic.

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Charlotte Coates

Charlotte Coates is Features Editor at Blooloop. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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