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From The Industry: Disney’s new dress code, COVID-safe cruise excursions and the art of noodles

Rounding up all the biggest news from both publications and associations, here is your latest edition of From the Industry from Planet Attractions






In the latest edition of From The Industry, Disney’s new appearance guidelines for cast members, how MSC Cruises created safe shore excursions during the pandemic and the art of the cup noodle.



Starting with Attractions Magazine, Disney has announced changes are coming to the “Disney Look” that will allow cast members to find more flexibility in how they express themselves at work through their appearance, with an emphasis on gender inclusivity.

As a result of the rule changes, cast members will now be able to explore greater freedoms in their self-expression with respect to hair, facial hair, fingernails, jewelry, visible tattoos and costume choices.

From the desk of AZA president and CEO Dan Ashe, Connect asks how do we develop a new, pragmatic conservation model that is achievable and provides future generations with a clear path to a healthy planet?

Over at Cruise Trade News, MSC Cruises head of shore excursions Marialuisa Iaccarino has explained how the cruise line implemented a new form of shore excursion – protected social bubble visits.

Also focused on safety protocols, AALARA - the Australian Amusement Leisure & Recreation Association - has has its COVIDSafe Plan approved according to Interpark, with the industry scheme to be utilised to help amusement sites ensure the development and maintaining of a COVID-safe operation.



From Blooloop this week, the website has spoken to Don Strickler, general manager of Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi since November 2018.

In this interview, Strickler spoke about his career, as well as explaining how visitors to the park are immersed in a land of cartoons and superheroes through rides, F&B, retail and live entertainment

In the cruise industry, the Disney Cruise Line has chosen to be land locked for a limited time, with the Disney Parks Blog sharing the news of a new pop-up retail store now open at Disney Springs.

From IAAPA’s official publication Funworld, as amusement park and attractions operators prepare to open for the new season, some ideas have been shared for managing the seasonal staffing crunch.

InPark has taken a look at LaGuardia airport, which has debuted a new projection mapped water art installation.

The Discover Universal Blog is featured this week, and purely for the well-named Despirca-bowl Ramen - one of the dishes which will be available in the new Minion Café, coming soon to Universal Studios Hollywood.

From NEMO - the Network of European Museum Organisations - a new toolkit has been prodcued to help museums, museum associations and other cultural organisations across Europe to better access EU funding and increase their international activities.



We couldn’t end the week without some news about ramen noodles, and that’s exactly what we’ve been delivered from Apollo, which has looked at the Cupnoodle Museum’s first international outpost in Hong Kong.

According to the publication, visitors to the museum are invited to make instant noodles from scratch and design their own ramen packaging. I’m sure like us, you can’t wait to visit.


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From The Industry: Disney’s new dress code, COVID-safe cruise excursions and the art of noodles

Rounding up all the biggest news from both publications and associations, here is your latest edition of From the Industry from Planet Attractions






In the latest edition of From The Industry, Disney’s new appearance guidelines for cast members, how MSC Cruises created safe shore excursions during the pandemic and the art of the cup noodle.



Starting with Attractions Magazine, Disney has announced changes are coming to the “Disney Look” that will allow cast members to find more flexibility in how they express themselves at work through their appearance, with an emphasis on gender inclusivity.

As a result of the rule changes, cast members will now be able to explore greater freedoms in their self-expression with respect to hair, facial hair, fingernails, jewelry, visible tattoos and costume choices.

From the desk of AZA president and CEO Dan Ashe, Connect asks how do we develop a new, pragmatic conservation model that is achievable and provides future generations with a clear path to a healthy planet?

Over at Cruise Trade News, MSC Cruises head of shore excursions Marialuisa Iaccarino has explained how the cruise line implemented a new form of shore excursion – protected social bubble visits.

Also focused on safety protocols, AALARA - the Australian Amusement Leisure & Recreation Association - has has its COVIDSafe Plan approved according to Interpark, with the industry scheme to be utilised to help amusement sites ensure the development and maintaining of a COVID-safe operation.



From Blooloop this week, the website has spoken to Don Strickler, general manager of Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi since November 2018.

In this interview, Strickler spoke about his career, as well as explaining how visitors to the park are immersed in a land of cartoons and superheroes through rides, F&B, retail and live entertainment

In the cruise industry, the Disney Cruise Line has chosen to be land locked for a limited time, with the Disney Parks Blog sharing the news of a new pop-up retail store now open at Disney Springs.

From IAAPA’s official publication Funworld, as amusement park and attractions operators prepare to open for the new season, some ideas have been shared for managing the seasonal staffing crunch.

InPark has taken a look at LaGuardia airport, which has debuted a new projection mapped water art installation.

The Discover Universal Blog is featured this week, and purely for the well-named Despirca-bowl Ramen - one of the dishes which will be available in the new Minion Café, coming soon to Universal Studios Hollywood.

From NEMO - the Network of European Museum Organisations - a new toolkit has been prodcued to help museums, museum associations and other cultural organisations across Europe to better access EU funding and increase their international activities.



We couldn’t end the week without some news about ramen noodles, and that’s exactly what we’ve been delivered from Apollo, which has looked at the Cupnoodle Museum’s first international outpost in Hong Kong.

According to the publication, visitors to the museum are invited to make instant noodles from scratch and design their own ramen packaging. I’m sure like us, you can’t wait to visit.


 
© Kazoo 5 Limited 2021