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Product focus: Funkit
BY Andrea Jezovit | 2009 issue 1
A look at the latest attractions products

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Odd job: Taking the plunge
BY Andrea Jezovit | 2009 issue 1
Feeding and breeding a host of sea creatures at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park

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Waterparks: Franceen Gonzales
BY Jennifer Todd | 2008 issue 4
We interview the WWA chair as she nears the end of her two-year tenure

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Entrepreneurs: Enterprising ventures
BY Kathleen Whyman | 2008 issue 4
We speak to Gilles Ste-Croix of Cirque du Soleil, Michael Kuhl of Gondwana – Das Praehisotrium and Monty Lunde of Technifex in the first of a two-part series on the industry’s entrepreneurs

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Conference report: Ecsiting times
BY Tom Walker | 2008 issue 4
We report on the annual Ecsite conference held in Budapest earlier this year

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Theme parks: Born in the USA
BY Peter Sargent | 2008 issue 4
Hard Rock Park filed for bankruptcy protection in September. We investigate the park and talk to CEO Steven Goodwin

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Interactives: Amazing adventures
BY Kath Hudson | 2008 issue 4
A look at what’s new this season, from talking robots that can quote Shakespeare to interactive water rides

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Expos: Water world
BY Terry Stevens | 2008 issue 4
Expo Zaragoza 2008 raised awareness about water and sustainable development with innovative exhibits, performances and architecture

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Odd job: Job with scope
2008 issue 4
Caring for a 7m-long, dust magnet telescope from 1870 at the Adler Planetarium

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Profile: Jim Meikle
BY Kath Hudson | 2008 issue 4
The president of California-based Parks America’s Wild Animal Safari attractions details his journey from theme park expert to animal park operator, and explains the challenges involved

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Ticketing: Tracking tickets
BY Louise Bishops | 2008 issue 4
Keeping tabs on purchasing decisions

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Product focus: Funkit
2008 issue 4
A look at the latest attractions products

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Mystery shopper: Would you believe it?
BY Matthew James | 2008 issue 4
Going undercover at the new Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum in London

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Volcanology: All fired up
BY Tom Walker | 2008 issue 4
French science centre Vulcania has made learning about volcanoes fun without sacrificing scientific integrity

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Aquariums: Into the deep
BY Vicky Kiernander | 2008 issue 4
Deep Sea Leisure has developed unique visitor experiences – including diving with sharks – at its UK aquariums in a bid to promote marine conservation

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Interview: Keith James
BY Kathleen Whyman | 2008 issue 4
The president and now sole owner of Jack Rouse Associates tells us there won’t be any changes at the company despite his new status

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Project preview: The mind museum
BY Kathleen Whyman | 2008 issue 4
A look at the new science centre opening in the Phillippines in 2011

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Multimedia/av: Bigger and better
BY Louise Bishops | 2008 issue 4
Multimedia and AV experiences are becoming both bigger and more personal. We look at the latest techniques

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Museum and gallery design: Daring displays
BY Andrea Jezovit | 2008 issue 4
We ask the designers behind four of the most exciting recent projects about what makes their designs fresh and where museum and gallery design is headed

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Eco attractions: California dreaming
BY Magali Robathan | 2008 issue 4
From a ‘living roof’ covered in plants to insulation made from recycled blue jeans, the newly-opened California Academy of Sciences is one of the greenest attractions in the world

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COMPANY PROFILES
IAAPA EMEA

IAAPA Expo Europe was established in 2006 and has grown to the largest international conference and [more...]
instantprint

We’re a Yorkshire-based online printer, founded in 2009 by Adam Carnell and James Kinsella. [more...]
Painting With Light

By combining lighting, video, scenic and architectural elements, sound and special effects we tell s [more...]
FORREC Ltd

We create guest experiences others don’t, masterplan like no one else can, and give the world’s bi [more...]
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Red Raion presents Moby Dick – Friends to the rescue! at IAAPA Expo Barcelona
Red Raion, the CGI studio specialising in media-based attractions, will be attending this year’s IAAPA Expo Europe. [more...]
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24-25 Nov 2021

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tbc, Dunedin, New Zealand
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Jobs    News   Products   Magazine
From Attractions Management magazine
833 to 853 of 853
Product focus: Funkit
BY Andrea Jezovit | 2009 issue 1
A look at the latest attractions products

View in the digital edition

Odd job: Taking the plunge
BY Andrea Jezovit | 2009 issue 1
Feeding and breeding a host of sea creatures at Hong Kong’s Ocean Park

View in the digital edition

Waterparks: Franceen Gonzales
BY Jennifer Todd | 2008 issue 4
We interview the WWA chair as she nears the end of her two-year tenure

View in the digital edition

Entrepreneurs: Enterprising ventures
BY Kathleen Whyman | 2008 issue 4
We speak to Gilles Ste-Croix of Cirque du Soleil, Michael Kuhl of Gondwana – Das Praehisotrium and Monty Lunde of Technifex in the first of a two-part series on the industry’s entrepreneurs

View in the digital edition

Conference report: Ecsiting times
BY Tom Walker | 2008 issue 4
We report on the annual Ecsite conference held in Budapest earlier this year

View in the digital edition

Theme parks: Born in the USA
BY Peter Sargent | 2008 issue 4
Hard Rock Park filed for bankruptcy protection in September. We investigate the park and talk to CEO Steven Goodwin

View in the digital edition

Interactives: Amazing adventures
BY Kath Hudson | 2008 issue 4
A look at what’s new this season, from talking robots that can quote Shakespeare to interactive water rides

View in the digital edition

Expos: Water world
BY Terry Stevens | 2008 issue 4
Expo Zaragoza 2008 raised awareness about water and sustainable development with innovative exhibits, performances and architecture

View in the digital edition

Odd job: Job with scope
2008 issue 4
Caring for a 7m-long, dust magnet telescope from 1870 at the Adler Planetarium

View in the digital edition

Profile: Jim Meikle
BY Kath Hudson | 2008 issue 4
The president of California-based Parks America’s Wild Animal Safari attractions details his journey from theme park expert to animal park operator, and explains the challenges involved

View in the digital edition

Ticketing: Tracking tickets
BY Louise Bishops | 2008 issue 4
Keeping tabs on purchasing decisions

View in the digital edition

Product focus: Funkit
2008 issue 4
A look at the latest attractions products

View in the digital edition

Mystery shopper: Would you believe it?
BY Matthew James | 2008 issue 4
Going undercover at the new Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! Museum in London

View in the digital edition

Volcanology: All fired up
BY Tom Walker | 2008 issue 4
French science centre Vulcania has made learning about volcanoes fun without sacrificing scientific integrity

View in the digital edition

Aquariums: Into the deep
BY Vicky Kiernander | 2008 issue 4
Deep Sea Leisure has developed unique visitor experiences – including diving with sharks – at its UK aquariums in a bid to promote marine conservation

View in the digital edition

Interview: Keith James
BY Kathleen Whyman | 2008 issue 4
The president and now sole owner of Jack Rouse Associates tells us there won’t be any changes at the company despite his new status

View in the digital edition

Project preview: The mind museum
BY Kathleen Whyman | 2008 issue 4
A look at the new science centre opening in the Phillippines in 2011

View in the digital edition

Multimedia/av: Bigger and better
BY Louise Bishops | 2008 issue 4
Multimedia and AV experiences are becoming both bigger and more personal. We look at the latest techniques

View in the digital edition

Museum and gallery design: Daring displays
BY Andrea Jezovit | 2008 issue 4
We ask the designers behind four of the most exciting recent projects about what makes their designs fresh and where museum and gallery design is headed

View in the digital edition

Eco attractions: California dreaming
BY Magali Robathan | 2008 issue 4
From a ‘living roof’ covered in plants to insulation made from recycled blue jeans, the newly-opened California Academy of Sciences is one of the greenest attractions in the world

View in the digital edition

       
 


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