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IAAPA gearing up for virtual conference next week

The IAAPA Virtual Conference wants to help the industry ‘rebound, rebuild, and return to the fun’




The IAAPA conference will take place online with live appearances from senior industry figures   Credit: IAAPA

IAAPA is set to host a conference next week, with the event taking place virtually over April 7 and April 8.

Focusing on recovery and resilience to help operators and suppliers “reconnect, rebuild, and return to the fun”, the event features a number of headline speakers, including Adam Sacks, president of Tourism Economics for the Oxford Economics Company and Leon Logothetis, author/creator of the book and Netflix Show, The Kindness Diaries.

With its impact on attractions over the last year, COVID-19 will of course be a topic, with attendees shown new strategies in approaching the operational challenges of the pandemic through specific case studies featuring Marc Swanson, interim CEO at SeaWorld and the Food and Beverage Response at Typhoon Texas with Evan Barnett, president of Typhoon Texas.

Also set to speak are a number of industry leaders, health and safety professionals, technology innovators, and marketing experts, who will cover a number of topics, including ‘Leadership and Adaptability to Change’ and ‘Safety First, Fun Second: How the Attractions Industry is Adapting to a COVID World’.

Both days will also offer peer-to-peer roundtables on recovery and resilience, while the end of Day 1 will feature a special networking event celebrating National Beer Day 2021.

While airing live, the two-day event will be accessible until the end of May. For the full conference agenda and more information, click here.


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IAAPA gearing up for virtual conference next week

The IAAPA Virtual Conference wants to help the industry ‘rebound, rebuild, and return to the fun’




The IAAPA conference will take place online with live appearances from senior industry figures   Credit: IAAPA

IAAPA is set to host a conference next week, with the event taking place virtually over April 7 and April 8.

Focusing on recovery and resilience to help operators and suppliers “reconnect, rebuild, and return to the fun”, the event features a number of headline speakers, including Adam Sacks, president of Tourism Economics for the Oxford Economics Company and Leon Logothetis, author/creator of the book and Netflix Show, The Kindness Diaries.

With its impact on attractions over the last year, COVID-19 will of course be a topic, with attendees shown new strategies in approaching the operational challenges of the pandemic through specific case studies featuring Marc Swanson, interim CEO at SeaWorld and the Food and Beverage Response at Typhoon Texas with Evan Barnett, president of Typhoon Texas.

Also set to speak are a number of industry leaders, health and safety professionals, technology innovators, and marketing experts, who will cover a number of topics, including ‘Leadership and Adaptability to Change’ and ‘Safety First, Fun Second: How the Attractions Industry is Adapting to a COVID World’.

Both days will also offer peer-to-peer roundtables on recovery and resilience, while the end of Day 1 will feature a special networking event celebrating National Beer Day 2021.

While airing live, the two-day event will be accessible until the end of May. For the full conference agenda and more information, click here.


 



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