Immersive Arts, a design firm specialising in realistic, multi-sensory attractions and visitor experiences, has introduced a new flexible payment programme.
Immersive Arts is pleased to present its new ‘Work Now, Pay Later’ programme, which it debuted at last week’s blooloop V-Expo. This flexible payment programme aims to bridge the gap between design and technology.
“We are uniquely positioned to be able to offer a program like this, as our firm is structured to be extremely nimble,” says Josh Cohen, founder of Immersive Arts. “Our expansive knowledge of many fields within the industry allows us to custom fit our services specifically to the needs of each client.”
Work Now, Pay Later
This new programme will offer bespoke solutions for individual projects. Clients will be able to defer a payment start date by as much as one year. They can also design a payment schedule that suits their own particular needs, without worrying about interest or penalties.
Immersive Arts has introduced the Work Now, Pay Later programme to help attractions and destinations who wish to develop new experiences for their visitors, but who have cash flow issues due to market conditions. It will help operators, developers and brands, but will also be extended to large-scale design firms, who may need project assistance straight away, without additional overhead.
“All service projects are open for consideration in this program and any third-party costs that fall outside of the program will be identified before work begins,” says Cohen. “Having designed our own attractions, experiences and ride concepts from the ground up, we appreciate the importance of determining budget allocation before work begins.”
Immersive Arts produces in-house attractions and experiences, providing services and products across the globe. Cohen also recently gave some additional insight into planning for immersive technology integration, in a blog post for blooloop.