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Attractions Management
2022 issue 4

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5   Editor's letter: Creating change
Museums and attractions must harness their potential to create real change, says Magali Robathan

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10   Letters: Write to reply
Gordon Hartman, dad and founder of Morgan’s Wonderland on inclusion-centric thinking and action and Merlin Entertainments' Fiona Eastwood on inclusion and diversity...

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12   People: Es Devlin
Known for her large scale public art installations, the designer and stage director has been awarded a CBE

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16   People: James Cretney
Marwell’s CEO on conservation, communities and harnessing zoo poo

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20   People: Evert Poor
On what the Canadian Prime Minister’s visit meant for the Indigenous Peoples Experience

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24   News:
The top international news stories from the Attractions Management news feed

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36   Interview: Ramona Bass
Half way thought a $130m masterplan and with conservation projects in 30 countries, Fort Worth Zoo is thinking big, its co-chair tells Magali Robathan

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44   Research: Tough times
The cost of living crisis is already seeing the public cut its leisure spend, but these steps will help attractions keep visitors coming, says Jon Young

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50   Innovation: Ars Electronica
Linz in Austria has reinvented itself as a city of innovation, with the future facing Ars Electronica Center at its heart

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58   Tech: Emotional reward
Scientists have found a way to tweak video game difficulty according to player emotion, and it has huge potential for visitor attractions

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60   Profile: Margaret Kerrison
The former Disney Imagineer is determined to share what she’s learned about creating absorbing worlds for visitors

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68   Preview: Bird Paradise
Singapore is bringing its nature attractions together to help drive conservation and improve the visitor experience

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72   Interview: Graham MacVoy
How the team behind Boomtown Festival harnessed their brand of creativity to build a unique permanent attraction

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On the cover: The world's her stage
 
78   Scientific research: Under the sea
A new Red Sea scientific research centre and marine life attraction will offer visitors AR experiences, underwater walks, submarine dives and more
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80   Tech: Getting personal
These operators are getting clever with technology, using digital companions to personalise the guest experience, creating opportunities for deeper connections
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86   Attractions-kit.net: Product innovation
From a new Simworx cops and robbers ride to animatronic dinosaurs and the most popular (and weirdest) scents from AromaPrime, we take a look at some exciting product news from across the attractions industry
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86   Product innovation: Billings Productions supplies Dinosaurs to Columbus Zoo and Library

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87   Product innovation: Simworx unveils new cops and robbers ride concept

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88   Product innovation: AromaPrime releases most popular scents

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90   Directory: AM Buyers' guide
Companies supporting the industry
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