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8   Diary
Diary dates 2010
A rundown of the major conferences, exhibitions and events from around the world and from every sector of the attractions industry.
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12   Development pipeline
Theme Parks
As the global markets move out of recession, we give a breakdown of planned developments by market sector and by geographical location and indicate the value of the projects.
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34   Analysis and trends
Eco attractions
From tapping into geothermal power to building wind farms, visitor attractions are doing their bit for the green movement, says Kath Hudson.
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40   Hot numbers
The global parks report
The TEA and AECOM have partnered to produce global statistics for 2009 and to analyse the results of the year's trading.
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46   Investment
Attractions investment briefing
Deloitte's Nigel Bland looks at how recent projects have been funded and gives his verdict on the industry's needs.
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50   Repurposing
Second life
Not all attractions stand the test of time. Rhianon Howells investigates projects that have been born on the site of attractions which have closed.
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54   Tall attractions
Getting high in the city
Jim Roberts from Locum Consulting says tall building experiences make great attractions, while offering a business opportunity to landlords and operators.
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58   Trends
Staying power
Adding accommodation to attractions has enabled operators to extend the visitor stay, while creating valuable new revenue streams from hotel and food and beverage operations. Kathleen Whyman reports.
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64   Development
Attractions and regeneration
Chris Melia from Locum Consulting explains how urban planners are using visitor attractions to anchor their regeneration projects with great success.
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68   Education
Seeing is believing
Research by the University of Leicester proves that visiting museums helps children achieve higher exam grades. Colly Mudie tells Kathleen Whyman all about it.
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72   Benchmarking
How did we do?
Lesley Morisetti from AECOM and Alan Love from BDRC give a briefing on two key benchmarking projects which are undertaken for the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA).
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76   Zoos
Top zoo trends
Andrew Y Grant and Erin Patterson of Grant Leisure and David Jones, examine the outstanding trends shaping the future of the zoo sector worldwide.
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80   Futuregazing
Six key trends
What forces will shape the future of the industry? Siân Johnson of SJ&A Change Consulting examines the key influences.
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84   Resources
Industry associations
Full contact details for the industry associations and organisations that create the framework for the sector.
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88   Profiles
Company profiles
Find out more about top suppliers and companies from across the market.
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98   Products
Product briefing
The latest products and innovations – find the right products and services 24/7 by logging on to Attractions Management's free search engine, www.fun-kit.net.
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110   Resources
Green resources
Key environmental contacts for attractions companies looking for green support.
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115   Contacts
Address book
A listing of companies supplying products to the attractions industry.
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150   Products
Product selector
Use the Attractions Management Handbook product selector to locate products and suppliers by category.
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162   Web directory
Web links
Web addresses and contact details for key attractions industry suppliers, manufacturers, consultants and designers.
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