This year’s EAG & VAE Seminar Programme, scheduled for the EAG International and Visitor Attraction Expo at ExCel London, 16-18 January promises to be one of the most wide ranging and comprehensive staged during the annual event.
Presented by trade association Bacta, the seminars will cover an array of topics of key import to the amusements and leisure sector and delivers an element which show organiser Karen Cooke is particularly proud.
She explained: “We’ve managed to engage some really interesting speakers on a diverse range of subjects. The show’s appeal is broader than at the outset, with more visitors from the wider leisure community, including play centres, holiday parks, stand-alone visitor attractions and sports facilities.
We believe that the sessions will be thought-provoking and directly relevant to a wide range of businesses,”
The seminars will take place on each of the three days of the show covering topics such as emerging payment systems; growing business through social media; the implications of virtual reality on the amusements and attractions sector; and an open session for visitor’s questions hosted by Bacta chief executive John White.