The fifth TiLEzone London seminar takes place on Thursday, February 25, where operators of visitor attractions, and their suppliers, will be presented with hot new ideas to future proof their attractions and insight into current trends.
The event is supported by UK Trade & Investment’s (UKTI) experience economy team, which is set to launch its Experience UK brochure and online directory during a reception on the eve of TiLEzone. Following the conference itself on Thursday, there will be a TEA Mixer networking opportunity.
“For anyone connected with the development or operation of leisure attractions, TiLEzone really is must attend event,” says organiser Richard Curtis. “This 5th TiLEzone London will show how good planning, design and the right products can enhance leisure attractions and make them more successful in terms of visitor numbers, repeat visits and profitability.”
During their day there will be presentation from developers of new projects in Abu Dhabi, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Poland. Speakers will also include Steve Simmons from Event Communications, Blair Parkin from technology provider Visual Acuity, Joe Baskerville from software developers Cogapp, Joe Martin from exhibition designers KCA and consultants Tony Sefton, Susie Fisher and Rosalind Johnson.
Topics to be addressed will include feasibility planning, audience development, scientific methods and data analysis to help attraction operators provide the best experience possible.
TiLEzone takes place at the London Transport Museum. For more details and to register, visit www.tileweb.org.