Leisure Development Partners (LDP), a leading consulting practice focused on leisure and entertainment real estate, will be sponsoring the business lounge once again at this year’s IAAPA Expo Europe in Paris.
LDP is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring the business lounge once again this year, when the event takes place from the 16th – 19th September at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles in France. The company’s core team will be based there over the week and is looking forward to meeting with new and existing clients.
The business lounge is a welcoming space where delegates can relax, and also take informal meetings during the show. There is also a private meeting room available within the lounge, which attendees can book during the week. Tea/coffee and refreshments are available, and LDP is pleased to welcome any Expo visitors to drop in for a chat during the event, to discuss projects or concepts.
A warm welcome
Frea Nunn, Team Coordinator will be there to greet guests at the lounge, along with a dedicated welcome host from IAAPA. Other core team members will be at the booth, including Michael Collins, Senior Partner; Yael Coifman, Senior Partner; James Kennard, Partner and Natalia Bakhlina, Partner. Also present will be Julian Broady and Sam Davey, Research Analysts.
In addition to the 16,000 square metre trade show floor, the event will feature a wide range of networking sessions, special events and learning opportunities. This includes over 100 hours of education sessions, covering a range of topics including revenue operations, guest experience, marketing, team management, sustainability, safety and more.
A Leadership Breakfast will be held on 18 September, where Nicolas de Villiers, président of Puy du Fou will explore the attraction’s success. On the 19th September, Future Feature: The Future of Disneyland Paris takes place, with insights from key executives at the park.
Lunch and Learn sessions at IAAPA Expo Europe 2019 will feature park leaders sharing insights into regional amusement park markets. Sessions on Tuesday 17th September will focus on European parks. On Wednesday 18th September, the Lunch and Learn sessions will look at the Middle East and Africa regions.
Yael Coifman will be hosting the Lunch & Learn Session on French Attractions on Tuesday 17th. Michael Collins is also holding an IAAPA educational session as part of the Institute for Attractions Managers Programme.
Over 15,000 attractions industry professionals from more than 100 countries are expected to attend IAAPA Expo Europe 2019.