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Registration Now Open for IAAPA EMEA Spring Forum 2018 in Ireland


Registration Now Open for IAAPA EMEA Spring Forum 2018 in Ireland

Attractions Industry Professionals Gather 14-16 May to Experience Unique Irish Destinations 

Brussels, Belgium (March 5, 2018) – This spring, global attractions industry professionals will gather in Dublin and Belfast, Ireland, to attend IAAPA EMEA Spring Forum. The annual event offers a unique opportunity for attendees to discover Ireland’s key attractions and learn first-hand how its leisure and tourism industry is continuing to develop. 

During the three-day event, Forum participants will have the opportunity to attend thought-provoking discussions, network with industry professionals and colleagues, and take part in tours of several of the country’s most popular attractions, including Tayto Park, Guinness Storehouse, Viking Splash Tours, The Jameson Distillery, and Titanic Belfast.

The educational sessions and tours will provide multiple perspectives on guest experience, operations, and turning a brand into a memorable experience that can drive on-and-off-site revenue.

Registration is now open
for IAAPA EMEA Spring Forum. Early bird registration is open until March 31 and is €300 for IAAPA members and €375 for non-members.

Interested attendees can learn more about, and register at: http://www.iaapa.org/connect/emea/iaapa-emea-spring-forum/

Celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2018, the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) began as an advocacy office in 1918. Since that time, IAAPA has become the largest international trade association for permanently located attractions dedicated to the preservation and prosperity of the global attractions industry. As a non-profit organization, IAAPA represents more than 5,300 attraction, supplier, and individual members from more than 100 countries. Members include professionals from amusement parks, theme parks, attractions; water parks, resorts; family entertainment centers; zoos, aquariums; science centers, museums; and industry manufacturers and suppliers.

IAAPA helps members improve their efficiency, marketing, safety, and profitability while maintaining the highest possible professional standards in the industry worldwide.

The association's global headquarters is in Orlando, Florida, US. The non-profit organization maintains offices in Brussels, Belgium; Hong Kong, China; Shanghai, China; Mexico City, Mexico, and Alexandria, Virginia, US. To learn more, visit
www.IAAPA.org or connect through social media channels: @IAAPAHQ #IAAPA100

Contact information:
Jakob Wahl, Vice-President, IAAPA EMEA

Jeroen Verrezen, Marketing and Communications Manager, IAAPA EMEA