ICYMI: This week’s GAP headlines
In case you missed it...
If you haven’t managed to catch up with this week’s news from the sector, here’s a selection of headlines from the GAP Daily email service.
UNIS Technology has partnered with Calinfer to manufacture and manage sales, and distribution of a new Atari Pong Table.
Global and Amusements and Play has (as you can see) revamped its website as part of its move to create an online-only offering.
DXB Entertainments, owner of Dubai Parks and Resorts, has appointed Paul Parker as general manager of its newly created FEC division.
QubicaAMF Worldwide has recruited Jack Siefert as its new FEC amusement sales executive, as part of a plan to extend its involvement in the FEC market.
Georgia-based entertainment facility Stars and Strikes hired Creative Works to install several immersive attractions in multiple locations: Cumming, Georgia; Augusta, Georgia; and Huntsville, Alabama.
Central Park Fun-Land in Fredericksburg, Virginia, has installed Embed’s Playwave RFID-enabled wristband system.
Indoor play specialist 360 Play has opened its latest centre in Farnborough.
The Locker Network displayed its keyless electronic locker system at the International Association of Trampoline Parks (IATP) Show last month in Mission Hills, CA.
Parques Reunidos has partnered with TV programming group Discovery Communications to develop themed entertainment centres in North America, Western Europe, and Asia-Pacific.
Morton Michel is sponsoring BALPPA’s Networking Breakfast and Education Programme and Networking Afternoon Tea at its one day trade event at Drayton Manor Park.
Norfolk’s unique outdoor park Bewilderwood, offers families an enhanced play experience in a woodland setting, themed around a series of successful children’s books. Ronnie Dungan spoke to founder and author Tom Blofeld to find out more about his approach and plans to add similar parks…