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Displaying posts with tag: "Attractions Business"

The NIRAH Project: a lesson in how not to Build an...

Back in September last year, I wrote how planning permission for NIRAH, the massive fresh water aquarium attraction planned for Bedfordshire, UK, had expired with...

Hong Kong Disneyland: Tracy Sheds Some Light

"Where can I find financial information on Hong Kong Disneyland?" was a question recently asked in Blooloop's LinkedIn Group and since I did something I typically don't...

Disney’s Citizenship Performance: Live Healthier

Jiminy Cricket summed up the principle of corporate and social responsibility rather snappily ' "always let your conscience be your guide." All very well in theory, ...

All Aboard the Hogwarts Express ‘ Photo Op on...

The preview of the Hogwarts Express at the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London ' The Making of Harry Potter last week was a classy affair as would be expected from this...

Snow Business – Arctic Inspirations in Lapland

The attractions industry is a business of conferences and trade shows and many of us frequently travel abroad to attend such events. Generally held in attractive, ...

What great data will be available in the 2014 Walt...

Throughout my years in the leisure time business, I have become known as a tenacious researcher and the one that is able to find data that others can't. Therefore...

Roller Coasters for the Non-Enthusiast

We all know that coasters are the mainstay of many parks. They often drive the marketing campaigns with the eternal race for statistics such as the "tallest", ...

The Buzz on Tracy Kahaner

Here at Blooloop, as a small company we haven't done Meet the team Mondays as such a series would last less than a month. However, I thought it time I highlight the...

Where can you find data about the Empire State...

As shown in my last Blog on Ardent Leisure Group, Investor Presentations can be a great source data. The amount of statistical data found in these presentations can be...

Exhibit Design and Compelling Points of Entry

When I read a really good book, the story hooks me in the first few sentences. But what got me to pick up the book and open it in the first place? Maybe it was the cover...