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Displaying posts with tag: "Retailtainment"

Majid Al Futtaim spending $4bn on Saudi Arabia shopping...

Dubai-based developer Majid Al Futtaim is set to spend $4 billion on shopping centres in Saudi Arabia. "We have a very strong pipeline of shopping centres in Saudi...

Wanda investing 80 bn yuan in Shenyang cultural tourism...

Wanda Group is investing a further 80 billion yuan in a cultural tourism project in Shenyang. The company has revealed that, on top of the 25 billion yuan already...

Al-Futtaim and Westfield develop new retailtainment...

Al-Futtaim Malls has announced the launch of a new expansion to Cairo Festival City Mall, while Westfield has unveiled a new vision for the future of Garden State Plaza...

Attractions news: Disney, Wanda, KidZania USA, Hamilton...

Welcome to the blooloop briefing; a roundup of attractions news from the last seven days. In the news this week – Disney Q2 revenue and profits up as Star Wars:...

Wanda and Tencent build China’s first smart...

Wanda Group and Tencent Holdings have built China's first smart shopping mall, with holographic ads, advanced payment technologies, and a virtual reality gaming zone. ...

KidZania opening US locations in Texas, Chicago, NY and...

Mexican company KidZania, one of the fastest growing hands-on kids' edutainment brands in the world, is coming to the US. KidZania USA’s first location will open at...

Theme park guest expectations: how do operators keep...

Attractions have to compete with in-home entertainment and a growing number of leisure opportunities for the attention (and time) of their guests. So how do operators...

Bloomington moves forward with $250m Mall of America...

Bloomington, Minnesota is moving forward with plans to build a $250m water park adjacent and attached to the Mall of America (MOA). The Bloomington City Council and...

Offshore Surf brings indoor surf retailtainment to...

Offshore Surf, a leader in indoor surf location based entertainment, is leading the way in retailtainment as part of the International Retailers' delegation at MAPIC...

Hyprop to spend R58m on new development with smaller...

Hyprop plans to spend R58 million on a new development, in which it'll re-open a new version of Ratanga Junction, the former iconic Cape Town theme park. The company...