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This year’s Euro Attractions Show promises to be the biggest in the history of the event, with a brand new schedule of seminars to match


This September, the Euro Attractions Show (EAS) returns to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, offering attendees the chance to get up to speed with the latest business trends and best practices, thanks to its extensive educational programme, which runs for five days.

Open to professionals from across the industry, attendees in Amsterdam will represent theme parks, waterparks, FECs, resorts and hotels, museums, cultural attractions, zoos and aquariums, and more.

They’ll be welcome to not only browse the 14,000sq m trade show floor and visit more than 525 exhibiting booths but also to participate in a variety of seminar tracks, including digital future, guest experience, revenue, design, global challenges, local challenges and marketing.

Across these seven trends-focused tracks will be more than 100 hours of seminar time, with presentations and panels hosted by some of the most experienced professionals in the sector.

Right on track
For attendees interested in the guest experience track, seminars on offer during the event, cover a wide range of topics.

Fort Fun’s Andreas Sievering is moderating a panel on how to be inclusive and design and operate with a diverse range of groups in mind, while Electrosonic’s Paul Kent will weigh up the value of apps.

In the digital future track, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) raises its head again, as Lars Nielsen from MK Illuminations and his panel offer advice on what to do with the data we collect, store and use. There will also be seminars on virtual and augmented reality.

In the revenue track, check out a seminar entitled #Foodie to find out how you can take inspiration from global food trends to boost profits. Representatives from Leolandia, Tayto Park and Eataly World are participating. A further revenue-led track will look at more than 50 innovative and creative ways to boost secondary spend.

The design track will offer tips on how to use a space to serve more than one purpose, while another seminar will delve into the world of retailtainment and the blurred lines between retail and leisure. Further topics will look at sustainability, overtourism, engaging with schools, marketing strategies and much more.

There are many more seminars available on a whole host of other topics, so attendees are sure to find educational sessions that fit their area of expertise and can look forward to expanding their knowledge at EAS in Amsterdam.


Where and when
Location:
RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre

Dates:
Conference: 23-27 September, 2018
Trade Show: 25-27 September, 2018


Seven seminar tracks to help
your business
• Digital future
• Guest experience
• Revenue
• Design
• Global challenges
• Local challenges
• Marketing


What's more....
As well as the seven new seminar tracks, there are more opportunities to learn for IAAPA members, with the IAAPA Institute for Attractions Managers, IAAPA Safety Institute, Leadership Breakfast, CEO Talk, the Young Professionals Forum, the Waterpark Forum and two Lunch and Learn sessions.

Of course, the popular CEO Talk returns, which will be moderated by Continuum’s Juliana Delaney and will feature Andreas Andersen from Liseberg, Ahmad Hussain from DXB Entertainments and Michael Mack from Europa-Park. Additional registration is required for some of these events.



TO RESERVE BOOTH SPACE
www.IAAPA.org/expos/euro-attractions-show/exhibit-sponsor

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND
www.IAAPA.org/EAS

100 years of IAAPA

Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2018, the
International Association of Amusement Parks
and Attractions (IAAPA) began in 1918.
IAAPA has become the largest international trade
association for permanently located attractions
and is dedicated to the preservation and prosperity
of the global attractions industry.

www.IAAPA.org
@IAAPAHQ
#IAAPA100

More than 525 global companies will be exhibiting products over the course of three days
More than 12,000 people are expected to attend, travelling from locations across Europe and beyond
More than 12,000 people are expected to attend, travelling from locations across Europe and beyond
More than 12,000 people are expected to attend, travelling from locations across Europe and beyond
More than 12,000 people are expected to attend, travelling from locations across Europe and beyond
 


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Attractions Management
2018 issue 3

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Leisure Management - EAS - Learning curves

Promotional feature

EAS - Learning curves


This year’s Euro Attractions Show promises to be the biggest in the history of the event, with a brand new schedule of seminars to match

This year’s EAS takes place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
More than 525 global companies will be exhibiting products over the course of three days
More than 12,000 people are expected to attend, travelling from locations across Europe and beyond
More than 12,000 people are expected to attend, travelling from locations across Europe and beyond
More than 12,000 people are expected to attend, travelling from locations across Europe and beyond
More than 12,000 people are expected to attend, travelling from locations across Europe and beyond

This September, the Euro Attractions Show (EAS) returns to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, offering attendees the chance to get up to speed with the latest business trends and best practices, thanks to its extensive educational programme, which runs for five days.

Open to professionals from across the industry, attendees in Amsterdam will represent theme parks, waterparks, FECs, resorts and hotels, museums, cultural attractions, zoos and aquariums, and more.

They’ll be welcome to not only browse the 14,000sq m trade show floor and visit more than 525 exhibiting booths but also to participate in a variety of seminar tracks, including digital future, guest experience, revenue, design, global challenges, local challenges and marketing.

Across these seven trends-focused tracks will be more than 100 hours of seminar time, with presentations and panels hosted by some of the most experienced professionals in the sector.

Right on track
For attendees interested in the guest experience track, seminars on offer during the event, cover a wide range of topics.

Fort Fun’s Andreas Sievering is moderating a panel on how to be inclusive and design and operate with a diverse range of groups in mind, while Electrosonic’s Paul Kent will weigh up the value of apps.

In the digital future track, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) raises its head again, as Lars Nielsen from MK Illuminations and his panel offer advice on what to do with the data we collect, store and use. There will also be seminars on virtual and augmented reality.

In the revenue track, check out a seminar entitled #Foodie to find out how you can take inspiration from global food trends to boost profits. Representatives from Leolandia, Tayto Park and Eataly World are participating. A further revenue-led track will look at more than 50 innovative and creative ways to boost secondary spend.

The design track will offer tips on how to use a space to serve more than one purpose, while another seminar will delve into the world of retailtainment and the blurred lines between retail and leisure. Further topics will look at sustainability, overtourism, engaging with schools, marketing strategies and much more.

There are many more seminars available on a whole host of other topics, so attendees are sure to find educational sessions that fit their area of expertise and can look forward to expanding their knowledge at EAS in Amsterdam.


Where and when
Location:
RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre

Dates:
Conference: 23-27 September, 2018
Trade Show: 25-27 September, 2018


Seven seminar tracks to help
your business
• Digital future
• Guest experience
• Revenue
• Design
• Global challenges
• Local challenges
• Marketing


What's more....
As well as the seven new seminar tracks, there are more opportunities to learn for IAAPA members, with the IAAPA Institute for Attractions Managers, IAAPA Safety Institute, Leadership Breakfast, CEO Talk, the Young Professionals Forum, the Waterpark Forum and two Lunch and Learn sessions.

Of course, the popular CEO Talk returns, which will be moderated by Continuum’s Juliana Delaney and will feature Andreas Andersen from Liseberg, Ahmad Hussain from DXB Entertainments and Michael Mack from Europa-Park. Additional registration is required for some of these events.



TO RESERVE BOOTH SPACE
www.IAAPA.org/expos/euro-attractions-show/exhibit-sponsor

TO REGISTER TO ATTEND
www.IAAPA.org/EAS

100 years of IAAPA

Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2018, the
International Association of Amusement Parks
and Attractions (IAAPA) began in 1918.
IAAPA has become the largest international trade
association for permanently located attractions
and is dedicated to the preservation and prosperity
of the global attractions industry.

www.IAAPA.org
@IAAPAHQ
#IAAPA100


Originally published in Attractions Management 2018 issue 3

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