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EAS 2014

The exhibitors reveal what they’ll be showcasing at EAS in September and what the hot topics of conversation will be


The RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre in the beautiful Dutch city of Amsterdam will play host to the largest conference and trade show for the attraction industry in Europe – EAS 2014. Taking place from 23-25 September, this three-day event features more than 375 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services for the industry. The event includes seminars and workshops focusing on recent developments in the industry, and is expected to attract more than 8,500 visitors from 80 countries.

“In 2009 we had one of our best shows in Amsterdam. With lots of projects going on in the north-western part of Europe, it’s logical to come back,” says Karen Staley, vice-president of IAAPA Europe.

In that year, EAS broke all attendance records. Show organisers are happy to be back in the RAI Exhibition Centre and look forward to reaching new attendance and exhibit numbers this year. With more exhibitors booked for the upcoming show when compared to last year, Amsterdam promises to become a spectacular event.

Catering for all
The European attractions industry continues to be very dynamic and strong. It leads in innovation and new developments in the industry, and many of the new technologies and products will be showcased at EAS.

Attendees will see products as diverse as large-scale rollercoasters and waterpark products to the latest ticketing equipment, kiddie rides and plush toys. The EAS exhibition floor is extremely varied, with something for all types of facility in the attractions industry. In fact, it’s the only trade show of its kind focused exclusively on the attractions industry in Europe.

EAS attracts all kinds of international attractions operators, from small to large attractions, indoor and outdoor parks, one day visit facilities and long-term destination and recreation attractions. Attendees come from theme parks, amusement parks, waterparks, indoor playgrounds, pitch ‘n’ putt golf facilities, aquariums, museums, campsites, cinemas, shopping centres and much more.

Fun and educational
This year’s programme will offer exciting back-stage tours to various interesting attractions near and around Amsterdam. There’ll be a vast list of educational seminars, as well as the special and fun networking events that are so popular with attendees. The conference will offer more than 24 hours of hands-on presentations by some of the most ‘to-be-inspired-by’ leading managers in the European attractions industry. Attendees will learn more about the latest trends in social media, pricing technologies, yield management, safety, sustainability, F&B concepts, water parks and much more.

In addition to the vast seminar programme, EAS will host a waterpark forum and an FEC/Indoor Playground Day. Both events will consist of seminars with speakers dedicated to the latest trends and developments in these industries. In the Benelux region, there are a great number of FEC and indoor playground attractions with many more new ones being developed in the upcoming years.

EAS offers attractions operators an inspiring and engaging opportunity to engage with fellow industry leaders from all around Europe and to learn how to improve their business and services offered to their guests.


DETAILS
For more information on EAS, please visit www.iaapa.org/EAS or contact the IAAPA Europe offices at [email protected]
EAS is back in Amsterdam and will feature 375 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services, educational seminars, back-stage tours and networking events.
EAS is back in Amsterdam and will feature 375 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services, educational seminars, back-stage tours and networking events.
Bart de Boer, Nicholas de Villiers and Amanda Thompson at last year’s show
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EAS 2014

The exhibitors reveal what they’ll be showcasing at EAS in September and what the hot topics of conversation will be


The RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre in the beautiful Dutch city of Amsterdam will play host to the largest conference and trade show for the attraction industry in Europe – EAS 2014. Taking place from 23-25 September, this three-day event features more than 375 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services for the industry. The event includes seminars and workshops focusing on recent developments in the industry, and is expected to attract more than 8,500 visitors from 80 countries.

“In 2009 we had one of our best shows in Amsterdam. With lots of projects going on in the north-western part of Europe, it’s logical to come back,” says Karen Staley, vice-president of IAAPA Europe.

In that year, EAS broke all attendance records. Show organisers are happy to be back in the RAI Exhibition Centre and look forward to reaching new attendance and exhibit numbers this year. With more exhibitors booked for the upcoming show when compared to last year, Amsterdam promises to become a spectacular event.

Catering for all
The European attractions industry continues to be very dynamic and strong. It leads in innovation and new developments in the industry, and many of the new technologies and products will be showcased at EAS.

Attendees will see products as diverse as large-scale rollercoasters and waterpark products to the latest ticketing equipment, kiddie rides and plush toys. The EAS exhibition floor is extremely varied, with something for all types of facility in the attractions industry. In fact, it’s the only trade show of its kind focused exclusively on the attractions industry in Europe.

EAS attracts all kinds of international attractions operators, from small to large attractions, indoor and outdoor parks, one day visit facilities and long-term destination and recreation attractions. Attendees come from theme parks, amusement parks, waterparks, indoor playgrounds, pitch ‘n’ putt golf facilities, aquariums, museums, campsites, cinemas, shopping centres and much more.

Fun and educational
This year’s programme will offer exciting back-stage tours to various interesting attractions near and around Amsterdam. There’ll be a vast list of educational seminars, as well as the special and fun networking events that are so popular with attendees. The conference will offer more than 24 hours of hands-on presentations by some of the most ‘to-be-inspired-by’ leading managers in the European attractions industry. Attendees will learn more about the latest trends in social media, pricing technologies, yield management, safety, sustainability, F&B concepts, water parks and much more.

In addition to the vast seminar programme, EAS will host a waterpark forum and an FEC/Indoor Playground Day. Both events will consist of seminars with speakers dedicated to the latest trends and developments in these industries. In the Benelux region, there are a great number of FEC and indoor playground attractions with many more new ones being developed in the upcoming years.

EAS offers attractions operators an inspiring and engaging opportunity to engage with fellow industry leaders from all around Europe and to learn how to improve their business and services offered to their guests.


DETAILS
For more information on EAS, please visit www.iaapa.org/EAS or contact the IAAPA Europe offices at [email protected]
EAS is back in Amsterdam and will feature 375 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services, educational seminars, back-stage tours and networking events.
EAS is back in Amsterdam and will feature 375 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services, educational seminars, back-stage tours and networking events.
Bart de Boer, Nicholas de Villiers and Amanda Thompson at last year’s show
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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 is the CGI studio specialized in media based attraction. Find out more...
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Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London, United Kingdom
17-23 Oct 2020

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Pinggu, Beijing, China
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