Due to ongoing circumstances surrounding COVID-19, Creative Works has converted their upcoming Amusement 360 Event to a virtual conference where it will be free to register.
The virtual event will take place on June 23-24. Day 1 will focus on new startups, while day 2 will center on existing operators. This streamlined content will make it easy for attendees to find the sessions that will have the biggest impact on their businesses.
“During times like this, everyone deserves the opportunity to learn, ask questions, and see how other operators are solving problems,” commented Danny Gruening, VP of Marketing at Creative Works. “We eliminated the barrier to entry so nobody has to travel or pay for registration. We’re excited to provide a virtual educational platform that will make a huge impact for both startups and existing operators.”
The event will feature the same great benefits that have made it so popular over the years. The agenda includes a wide range of entertainment topics, including project financing, attraction selection, facility design, hiring and training staff, leadership skills, and a lot more.
In light of the struggles that COVID-19 has brought upon entertainment facilities, this event will incorporate plans to help existing businesses endure this difficult pandemic and thrive in the coming months. Creative Works is bringing in some of the top operators in the industry to share their thoughts and strategies on a variety of post-COVID topics.
These operators include Michael Browning (Urban Air Adventure Park), Eddie Hamann (Andretti Indoor Karting & Games), Darren Des Roches and Phil Kaplan (GameWorks), Keri Little and Jenny Emley (High Five), Jay Trietley (Alley Cats), and Marc Wiese (Airway Fun Center).
The event will also feature digital networking opportunities, and the chance to connect with leading industry vendors and experts.
To learn more and register for free, please visit https://amusement360.com/event/