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4 Big Drivers of Amusement Park Growth

by Joseph Joy, Director, Strategic Accounts, Triotech Over the last three years the global amusement park industry has increased with a healthy growth rate in terms...

Social Media and CRM in the City of Dreaming Spires

Operators and industry players met in Oxford for a day of thought provoking talks and networking at Gateway Ticketing UK's Marketing Event. Held at the beautiful Pitt...

Surf, Snow and CRM – #ThinkTank16

This Thursday, industry leaders met in windy London to discuss the power of customer relationship management (CRM) systems and current trends in the industry at...

Expanding your understanding of the approach to your...

In a recent case from the Court of Appeals of Georgia, Six Flags Over Georgia II L.P. v. Martin, No. A15A0828, 2015 WL 7356309 (Ga. Ct. App. Nov. 20, 2015), the...

A Decade Later: Novelty-Based Design and the Big Bear...

After nearly ten years of partnership, we've finally buttoned up the construction drawings for the little zoo that could: Big Bear Alpine Zoo, the most challenging...

Is Parques Reunidos really for sale?

How many times have you come across an article stating that Parques Reunidos is for sale? I've seen several in the past few months. Granted, the articles often...

Five Zoo Innovations That Have Been Around for Decades:...

Stacey Ludlum concludes her review of innovation in zoos' Zoo Innovation #5: The World is a Playground: Designing an Exhibit for Enrichment Designing exhibits based...

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...

Five Zoo Innovations That Have Been Around for Decades:...

Stacey Ludlum continues her review of innovation in zoos' I want to talk about the things that have been slowly happening, without much fanfare, across the United...

Five Zoo Innovations That Have Been Around for Decades:...

Stacey Ludlum continues her review of innovation in zoos' I want to talk about the things that have been slowly happening, without much fanfare, across the United...