DP Associates (DPA) has formed a partnership with Dynamic Concepts Consultancy (DCC) in the Netherlands to deliver a wide range of theme park and leisure related services to clients seeking support in a variety of areas.
Established by managing director Phil Pickersgill in 2000, Innovative Leisure has earned an enviable reputation for introducing exciting new adventure play related products from around the world to the UK and European markets.
The organisers of the Visitor Attraction Expo (VAE), which takes place in London on January 13-15, have revealed details of a comprehensive seminar and education programme.
Commenting on the programme content, organiser Karen Cooke explained: "Visitors to both VAE and EAG International will be treated to an impressive array of products and services for the amusements and attractions sector with history confirming that a lot of business will be done.
International Expo Consults (IEC), organisers of annual DEAL show in Dubai, has stated that the Middle East has the potential to command a major share of the multi-billion dollar amusement industry.
The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) has called for EU action to improve the industry's business environment.
During the recent Euro Attractions Show (EAS) in Amsterdam, IAAPA launched a new manifesto, 'European Amusement Parks and Attractions: Driving Leisure and Tourism in Europe'.
At the 2014 IAAPA Attractions Expo last week, Merlin Entertainments revealed a large-scale Lego model that showcased three iconic brands coming to Orlando next year: The Orlando Eye, Madame Tussauds Orlando and Sea Life Orlando Aquarium.
Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, the world's largest regional theme park company, has become the recipient of the first ever Texas Travel Industry Association (TTIA) Heritage Award.
Jim Reid-Anderson, chairman, president and CEO of Six Flags, accepted the award at the Texas Travel Summit in October.
Bringing together the world's leading amusement facility investors, game and equipment manufacturers, tourist facility owners, municipality administrators and architectures, the third annual Atrax exhibition will take place at Istanbul Fuar Merkezi, Turkey, on December 4-6.
The 2015 edition of China Attractions Expo (CAE) will be the biggest show representing the country's attractions industry.
According to the organisers of the event, the China Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (CAAPA), CAE 2015 will take place across four halls at the China National Convention Centre on March 18-20. More than 80 per cent of exhibition space is already sold out.
The eight annual RAAPA Expo is set to take place in Moscow, Russia, on October 15-17.
More than 3,000 amusement industry executives are expected to visit the event, which has been described as the ideal opportunity to analyse the results of the summer and plan for 2015 season.
Breaker Bay Waterpark at Blue Harbor Resort and Spa in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, has cut the ribbon on a new $1.7m surfing attraction.
This new experience, Riptide, according to David Sanderson, vice president and general manager of Blue Harbor, is a "step forward in the evolution of the resort".
One of Norwegian Cruise Line's new ships will have the largest aqua park at sea, as some of its leisure facilities were unveiled this week.
The Norwegian Escape ship's Aqua Park will include a new Aqua Racer slide, a dedicated Kids' Aqua Park, two pools and four hot tubs.
Finnish software developer Rovio Entertainment has entered into agreement with China's Guogou Group, for the construction and operation of nine Angry Birds family entertainment centres.
The first Angry Birds-branded FEC will be developed in the province of Anhui, and the remaining eight venues are earmarked for completion by 2018.
Merlin Entertainments has unveiled plans to develop Legoland Dubai - the seventh Legoland park to open worldwide.
The park, which will be operated by Merlin, is being developed in conjunction with Dubai Parks and Resorts, a Meraas holding company.
British Airways is set to be the airline partner for KidZania London, the UK's first educational entertainment experience, which is due to start inspiring families at Westfield London in 2015.
Simworx, the UK-based supplier of media-based dynamic simulation attractions, has announced the opening of its first Immersive Tunnel at Movie Park Germany.
Incorporated into the park's newest family attraction, The Lost Temple, the Immersive Tunnel provides an exciting and entertaining finale to guests' journey into a forgotten period of time deep under the park.
Dubai is now home to a unique floating park, which promoters claim is the biggest of its kind in the world.
Located 150m off the shores of Jumeirah Beach Residence, the Beach Water Park is an inflated playground that offers a range of water activities, including slides, trampolines, jumping cushions and climbing walls.
Euro Disney, operator of Disneyland Paris in France, has announced that Tom Wolber has been appointed as president of the theme park, as former head Philippe Gas prepares to take on his new role as head of Shanghai Disney Resort in China.
German ride manufacturer Huss Park Attractions has announced details of new ride projects for 2014 and beyond, with a wide range of installations being opened this year and many more confirmed for 2015 and into 2016 at parks around the world.
Merlin Entertainments is planning to open Japan's first Legoland theme park, which will be similar in scale to the recently opened venues in Johor, Malaysia, and Florida, US.