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Vancouver Aquarium may have to close permanently

Vancouver Aquarium, the oldest aquarium in Canada, has said that it might have to close permanently as its revenue falls during the coronavirus pandemic. The largest...

Drone Interactive plans for impact of COVID-19 and...

Drone Interactive, a specialist in drone-based attractions, is adapting to the impact of COVID-19 and expresses solidarity with colleagues and friends in the industry. ...

IAAPA seeks aid from Congress for attractions industry

IAAPA, the global association for the attractions industry, has submitted a request to Congress for key changes to the CARES Act, on behalf of the attractions sector. ...

IAAPA urges Senate to include attractions industry in...

IAAPA, the global association for the attractions industry, has urged the Senate to include the attractions industry in its emergency coronavirus (COVID-19) relief...

Expo Live: bringing together innovators from around the...

As Dubai gets ready for Expo 2020, we take a closer look at its global innovation and partnership programme, Expo Live. It aims to recognise and support innovations from...

Going beyond ticket sales: business models of...

Many of the most popular attractions in the world are supported by business models that go beyond just tickets.  This has real implications on market analysis and...

FORREC commits funding and support to Toronto...

Global entertainment design company, FORREC Ltd., has committed $150,000 funding plus support to an arts-based community outreach charity. For over 20 years. SKETCH has...

The Met should not open up the “Black...

The Guardian newspaper in the UK reported this week on a proposal being made to the London Assembly that as one of a number of ways of plugging a A?500 million shortfall...