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Leisure Management
2013 issue 2

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3   Editor's letter: Nimble Thinking
"London's South Bank has been hosting a sellout, pop-up hotel – in a boat, on the roof of the Queen Elizabeth Hall, no less – showing that even the most established institutions can embrace the pop-up trend"

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6   People:
In Leisure Management's new section, we look at what some of the industry's movers and shakers are up to

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12   News:
George Lucas plans pop art museum

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26   Design news:
From Zaha Hadid's 'twisted tower' in Milan to a hotel and spa in the Amazon rainforest, we take a look at what's new in the world of architecture and design

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30   Architect Focus: Carolyn Merrifield
Holder Mathias partner Carolyn Merrifield tells us about rebuilding Welsh arts centre Gwyn Hall after a fire, and working for Center Parcs

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34   Interview: David Bradley
Since joining Longleat Safari & Adventure Park as CEO, David Bradley has spent millions revolutionising the attraction. He tells Magali Robathan why this is just the start of his plans

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42   Pop-ups:
From a spa in a car park and a restaurant down a mine to a hotel in a shipping container, we take a look at some of the world's most innovative – and unlikely – pop-up venues

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52   Company Profile Promotion: Creating Memories - WTS
With activities ranging from rock climbing and performing to DJing and photo editing, WTS’s two holiday programmes should keep even the pickiest child and teenager happy

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54   Hotseat: Paul Smyth
Whether it's a farm-in-a-shop or a pop-up spa, design practice Something & Son likes to do things differently. Co-founder Paul Smyth tells us why

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58   Travel: Christine Peterson
The head of TripAdvisor for Business tells Magali Robathan how the company is tackling the problem of fake reviews on the site

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61   Show preview: AVEX 2013
AVEX, the UK's largest biennial exhibition for the vending and water industries

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62   Health & Fitness: A big welcome
For many obese people, the idea of going to a gym or exercise class is terrifying. Kath Hudson meets the operators aiming to change that

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66   Tourism: Sharing the land
New luxury eco resort Cicada Lodge is the latest part of a pioneering partnership between the Aboriginal Jawoyn people and the Australian government. We find out more
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70   Business: Breaking new ground
In a groundbreaking deal, housing provider Places for People has acquired DC Leisure. Julie Cramer talks to the heads of both companies to find out why they decided to link up, and what happens next
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76   Energy: Funding the future
Implementing energy-saving technologies can result in huge financial savings, but usually requires capital upfront. Laura Clare Davies explores the funding options
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78   Senior's Solutions: Whatever happened to lunch?
The growing trend for informal dining combined with the financial crisis has hit lunchtime trade for many. Accepting that customer needs have changed is key to success in this new climate, argues Grahame Senior
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80   Buyers' Guide:
Leisure Management's directory of key leisure products and services
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82   The Last Word: William Matthews
When designing London's new Shard of Glass, Renzo Piano architect William Matthews had to think about its impact on the existing skyline, as well as considering how residents and visitors would share the iconic building
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