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7   Editor’s Letter
Opening doors - access for all
Helen Patenall shares her thoughts
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14   Development Pipeline
Major Infrastructure Projects
Key projects to watch sector-by-sector, theme parks, visitors attractions, watermarks, zoos & aquariums, and planetariums & science centres
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74   Diary
Diary dates
A handy save the date list of conferences, exhibitions and events around the world
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76   Ecsite
Attracting Girls to Science
Science attraction can play a key role in sparking a gender-inclusive interest in STEM, says Carmen Fenollosa
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84   ALVA
Measure Success
Lesley Morisetti and Steve Mills outline how to learn from best-in-class visitor experiences to create a great attraction
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92   Mintel
Attractions in Motion
Smartphone apps, visitor edutainment and blockbuster events are key drivers of visitor engagement and spend levels, explains John Worthington, attractions market, Cultural and historical attractions
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98   AECOM
Theme & Museum Index
Jodie Lock and Margreet Papamichael look at how the sector is diversifying with secondary cities and smaller attractions at FEC’s to boost growth despite volatility
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104   IAAPA
EIS Standing Strong
Karen Staley outlines the findings of the third Economic Impact of Attractions in EMEA (EIS EMEA) study
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108   Thinkwell
Licensed to Spend
Andrea Yoo weighs up the pros and cons of incorporating popular Intellectual Properties into attractions -do visitors benefit and does the initial investment generate an enduring profit
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114   Feature
The Maker Mindset
Investing in maker spaces to creatively immerse visitors will inspire return visits. Jessica Eson King tells us why
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120   Feature
Ruling the waves
Actively thinking about the visitor experience and how to improve it is crucial for waterpark success, says Alan Mahony
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126   Features
Hail & High water
Safeguarding precious collections is a major consideration for museums and galleries in the battle against rising sea levels. Kath Hudson asks the architects
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132   Feature
Shanghai Calling
Personalising Shanghai Disneyland to enhance its appeal to the local population is a major driver for success. David Camp looks at the resort’s potential to profit
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138   Feature
Sensory world
Alice Davis looks at attractions offering autism-friendly events and programmes
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146   Feature
Stimulating the senses
Flying Object explain why a mutli-sensory design approach captivates visitors
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152   Feature
Thea Awards 2016
Christine Kerr curates the latest round of awards to creators of compelling places
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156   Feature
Thea Awards for Outstanding Achievement
Thea Awards for Outstanding Achievement to honour excellence found throughout the themed entertainment industry
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170   Feature
Chilled Out Thrills
Waterparks and spas that share water resources can widen their visitor base all year round. Helen Patenall rounds up some stunning worldwide facilities
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178   Feature
Let the Public do the Talking
Talking to potential visitors before designs and ideas are set in stone is a valuable step. NorthernLight summarise how to gain the most from visitor evaluation
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184   Resources
Trade Associations
Contact details for the main attractions industry associations around the world
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186   Resources
Company Profiles
Leading product and service providers
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238   Resources
Product Kit
The latest products and innovations
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244   Resources
Green Resources
Organisations supporting sustainability
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248   Resources
Address Book
Contact details of leading companies
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276   Resources
Product Selector
Key attractions suppliers by sector
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296   Resources
Web Gallery
Key suppliers in the attractions sector
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