Early bird rate announced for TiLEzone visitor attraction conference

Early bird rate announced for TiLEzone visitor attraction conference
The organisers of the 12th TiLEzone London, which will be at the London Transport Museum on Thursday 23 March, have announced the early bird ticket rate is now open. The TiLEzone conference covers all aspects of visitor attraction sites.

More details are on the organiser's website, including the conference programmes (scroll down) - an outline of each session is below:
Emerging Economic Models for Visitor Experiences chaired by Ray Hole, MD, Ray Hole Architects.
This topic will be explored by Scientific Approach to the Economics of Experience by Tony Sefton, MD & Founder, Vision XS
Case Study 1: Port Lympne, Kent – Day Ticket Attraction to Resort Model by Bob O’Connor, CEO, Aspinall Foundation
Kidzania, London – Brand Association Funded Model by Eddie Kemsley, CEO, Kidzania London
i360 Brighton – Funding Civic Scale and Quality Experiences by Eleanor Harris, Director Enterprises, Royal Museums Greenwich & former CEO, i360 Brighton
Experiential media - designing for multi-screen visitor experiences chaired by Lol Sargent, Creative Director, Studio Simple.
With the rapid increase in recording and display resolutions, combined with tools such as desktop editing and visual effects, projection mapping, VR and AR, how have the top Creative Directors of experiential media exploited some of these things to realize their ideas, and how would they like to take it further.
Speakers will be Peter Higgins of Land Design Studio, Antony Pearson of Clay Interactive, David Bickerstaff of New Angle and Atomictv and Damien Smith of ISO Design.
Opportunities Overseas chaired by Richard Parry, Experience Economy Sector Team, DIT.
Mari Thynne of Lancaster University will look at the future of the “experience economy”; Mona Al Ali, a professor at Sharjah University, will discuss the cultural heritage in the UAE; and Philip Shepherd, a partner at PriceWaterhouseCoopers, on the phenomenon of the Family Entertainment Centre (FEC) segment in the Middle East and North Africa region.

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