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Creative Works moves Amusement 360 to a free virtual event

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Creative Works, the theming company and attractions provider, has converted its next Amusement 360 Event to a free virtual conference.

Creative Works is proud to announce that registration is free for its upcoming Amusement 360 virtual event, which takes place from 23 – 24 June 2020. The first day of the event will focus on new startups and day two will look at existing operators. This means that participants can easily find the sessions most appropriate to their operations.

“During times like this, everyone deserves the opportunity to learn, ask questions, and see how other operators are solving problems,” says Danny Gruening, VP of Marketing at Creative Works.

“We eliminated the barrier to entry so nobody has to travel or pay for registration. We’re excited to provide a virtual educational platform that will make a huge impact for both startups and existing operators.”

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Virtual support and education

The virtual event will include the same benefits of Creative Works’ popular Amusement 360 in-person events. Attendees will gain insights into subjects such as project financing, attraction selection, facility design, hiring and training staff, leadership skills, and a lot more.

Following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the attractions industry, the virtual event will also explore how businesses can cope with the changes now, and what they can do to thrive in the next few months as they reopen for business.

Some of the industry’s leading operators will be present to share insights, strategies and ideas on several post-COVID-19 issues. For example, speakers include Michael Browning (Urban Air Adventure Park), Eddie Hamann (Andretti Indoor Karting & Games), Darren Des Roches and Phil Kaplan (GameWorks), Keri Little and Jenny Emley (High Five), Jay Trietley (Alley Cats), and Marc Wiese (Airway Fun Center).

Over the course of the virtual two-day event, participants can also benefit from digital networking opportunities as they connect with leaders and vendors from across the sector. More information and free registration is available here.

In reaction to the COVID-19 crisis, Creative Works has joined a collection of other leaders in the industry to launch Amusement Recovery, designed to help operators during the pandemic.

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Charlotte Coates is blooloop's editor. 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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