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People: Philippe Chiwy
Issue 1 Volume 27
De Pinxi’s founder on Choco-Story Bruges and the SpaceBakery project

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Research: Slavery links
Issue 1 Volume 27
As demand for growing honesty in relation to links to slavery and colonialism grows, should attractions be open about their history? Jon Young investigates

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Interview: Cale Heit
Issue 1 Volume 27
With new themed coasters open at Motiongate Dubai and some intruiging projects underway, Forrec is making the most of the pent up demand for shared experiences. CEO Cale Heit tells us more

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People: Jakob Wahl
Issue 1 Volume 27
IAAPA’s new executive VP and COO shares his plans

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Opinion: Vince Kadlubek
Issue 1 Volume 27
Art engages and delights visitors. Kadlubek argues that attractions should embrace and support artists and look for shared initiatives

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Waterparks: Waves of change
Issue 1 Volume 27
As The Wave inland surf lake announces plans to open six more sites, we go along for a surf and a sit down with CEO Craig Stoddart

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People: Cassie Poland and Ollie Smith
Issue 1 Volume 27
On taking over the attraction they grew up in – Drusillas

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Interview: Esther Dugdale
Issue 1 Volume 27
As the Burrell Collection relaunches and Eden Qingdao takes shape, Event’s creative director shares her tips for creating experiences that spark joy and curiosity

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Immersive experiences: Joseph Wisne
Issue 1 Volume 27
Truly ambitious attractions providers need to push the boundaries of immersive design by engaging visitors’ senses of pain, danger, balance, justice and more, argues Roto’s CEO

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Museums: Ones to watch
Issue 1 Volume 27
From an AI museum built by robots to the long-awaited Grand Egyptian Museum, we take a look at some exciting 2022 openings

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Experience economy: Joe Pine
Issue 1 Volume 27
Experience platforms represent one of the biggest growth opportunities in today’s experience economy, argues Joe Pine. Here’s how to get them right

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The arts: Room to grow
Issue 1 Volume 27
Could the space age, ultra flexible design of the new Taipei Performing Arts Center provide a model for future attractions spaces?

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Interview: Julien Kauffmann
Issue 4 Volume 26
As Farah Experiences prepares to open SeaWorld Abu Dubai, its CEO talks COVID-19, branding and branching with David Camp

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Research: All creatures great and small
Issue 4 Volume 26
Zoo enrichment and research can’t just be focused on the large animals most popular with visitors, argues Dr Paul Rose. All must be represented

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Mystery Shopper: Galleries & Gourds
Issue 4 Volume 26
It has transformed the sleepy town of Bruton, UK, but does Hauser & Wirth Somerset live up to the hype? Magali Robathan mystery shops to find out

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Analysis: Light in the dark
Issue 4 Volume 26
A successful winter light show can see margins upwards of 30 per cent. Kathleen LaClair and Yael Coifman look at some of the operators getting it right

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Research: Popularity game
Issue 4 Volume 26
Research on zoo animals focuses more on ‘familiar’ species such as gorillas and chimpanzees, rather than less well known ones such as the waxy monkey frog, scientists say

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Interview: Richard Land
Issue 4 Volume 26
Mixing waterslides with wellbeing, the Therme Group is creating a category all of its own while taking on the world, says the group’s chief development officer

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Research: Making pre-booking work
Issue 4 Volume 26
Attractions are benefiting from the switch to pre-booking, but must cater for spontaneous, disorganised visitors too, says Jon Young

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AM People: Suhanya Raffel
Issue 4 Volume 26
M+ Hong Kong is offering an Asian perspective on visual art

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From Attractions Management magazine
1 to 20 of 589
People: Philippe Chiwy
Issue 1 Volume 27
De Pinxi’s founder on Choco-Story Bruges and the SpaceBakery project

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View online
Research: Slavery links
Issue 1 Volume 27
As demand for growing honesty in relation to links to slavery and colonialism grows, should attractions be open about their history? Jon Young investigates

View in the digital edition
View online
Interview: Cale Heit
Issue 1 Volume 27
With new themed coasters open at Motiongate Dubai and some intruiging projects underway, Forrec is making the most of the pent up demand for shared experiences. CEO Cale Heit tells us more

View in the digital edition
View online
People: Jakob Wahl
Issue 1 Volume 27
IAAPA’s new executive VP and COO shares his plans

View in the digital edition
View online
Opinion: Vince Kadlubek
Issue 1 Volume 27
Art engages and delights visitors. Kadlubek argues that attractions should embrace and support artists and look for shared initiatives

View in the digital edition
View online
Waterparks: Waves of change
Issue 1 Volume 27
As The Wave inland surf lake announces plans to open six more sites, we go along for a surf and a sit down with CEO Craig Stoddart

View in the digital edition
View online
People: Cassie Poland and Ollie Smith
Issue 1 Volume 27
On taking over the attraction they grew up in – Drusillas

View in the digital edition
View online
Interview: Esther Dugdale
Issue 1 Volume 27
As the Burrell Collection relaunches and Eden Qingdao takes shape, Event’s creative director shares her tips for creating experiences that spark joy and curiosity

View in the digital edition
View online
Immersive experiences: Joseph Wisne
Issue 1 Volume 27
Truly ambitious attractions providers need to push the boundaries of immersive design by engaging visitors’ senses of pain, danger, balance, justice and more, argues Roto’s CEO

View in the digital edition
View online
Museums: Ones to watch
Issue 1 Volume 27
From an AI museum built by robots to the long-awaited Grand Egyptian Museum, we take a look at some exciting 2022 openings

View in the digital edition
View online
Experience economy: Joe Pine
Issue 1 Volume 27
Experience platforms represent one of the biggest growth opportunities in today’s experience economy, argues Joe Pine. Here’s how to get them right

View in the digital edition
View online
The arts: Room to grow
Issue 1 Volume 27
Could the space age, ultra flexible design of the new Taipei Performing Arts Center provide a model for future attractions spaces?

View in the digital edition
View online
Interview: Julien Kauffmann
Issue 4 Volume 26
As Farah Experiences prepares to open SeaWorld Abu Dubai, its CEO talks COVID-19, branding and branching with David Camp

View in the digital edition
View online
Research: All creatures great and small
Issue 4 Volume 26
Zoo enrichment and research can’t just be focused on the large animals most popular with visitors, argues Dr Paul Rose. All must be represented

View in the digital edition
View online
Mystery Shopper: Galleries & Gourds
Issue 4 Volume 26
It has transformed the sleepy town of Bruton, UK, but does Hauser & Wirth Somerset live up to the hype? Magali Robathan mystery shops to find out

View in the digital edition
View online
Analysis: Light in the dark
Issue 4 Volume 26
A successful winter light show can see margins upwards of 30 per cent. Kathleen LaClair and Yael Coifman look at some of the operators getting it right

View in the digital edition
View online
Research: Popularity game
Issue 4 Volume 26
Research on zoo animals focuses more on ‘familiar’ species such as gorillas and chimpanzees, rather than less well known ones such as the waxy monkey frog, scientists say

View in the digital edition
View online
Interview: Richard Land
Issue 4 Volume 26
Mixing waterslides with wellbeing, the Therme Group is creating a category all of its own while taking on the world, says the group’s chief development officer

View in the digital edition
View online
Research: Making pre-booking work
Issue 4 Volume 26
Attractions are benefiting from the switch to pre-booking, but must cater for spontaneous, disorganised visitors too, says Jon Young

View in the digital edition
View online
AM People: Suhanya Raffel
Issue 4 Volume 26
M+ Hong Kong is offering an Asian perspective on visual art

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View online
       
 


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