Guy Nelson, CEO of Dynamic Attractions, announced yesterday that Mr Hao Wang will be the new President and Chief Operating Officer for ride systems starting this autumn.
“Mr. Hao Wang, who has led a company of innovative engineers and exacting fabricators to create high performance ‘supercars’, will be joining us in the fall,” he says. “Hao is a leader that has impressed me for many years.”
He says Wang is an “entrepreneurial leader with global experience”. Wang comes with 21 years’ experience in business. He held a series of executive leadership positions at Multimatic Motorsports, the high performance car design, engineering and manufacturing company based in Ontario. For the last five years he has been Vice President of Asia Pacific. As part of this role he led the creation of Multimatic’s operations in China, and the company’s presence in South Korea, India and the ASEAN region.
“The themed attractions market is growing at a thrilling speed,” says Guy Nelson.
“With Hao Wang leading the ride system design and manufacturing for Dynamic Attractions, we’re better positioned to successfully execute the complex contracts we have been awarded and expect to continue to receive in this exciting market.
“We anticipate his expertise will help our execution team reach a new level of performance.”
“Dynamic Attractions’ expertise, award-winning performance, and achievements are well respected,” says Hao Wang. “It is an honour to join Dynamic.”
He continues: “the world’s best theme parks know what to expect from Dynamic: industry leading creativity, quality and the upmost integrity. Delivering on these will continue to be hallmarks of the company.”
Dynamic Attractions is renowned for building 50 of the world’s most popular theme park attractions. The company is a subsidiary of Empire Industries Ltd., and has operations in Orlando, Vancouver, Dallas, Toronto and Shanghai.
“The thought of creating and providing something that will improve the quality of living of someone has been the driving force that gets me out of bed every morning,” concludes Hao Wang.