Like many of my fellow countrymen and women, I’ve switched from commuting by car to by bus and train in recent years. I sold my car after moving to the big city and haven’t been stuck in traffic once since then. I can even prepare for appointments during my journey to the office. It’s no surprise to me that an average of 30 million Germans take public transport each day. I actually now...
Last week a team of product managers, business developers and sales reps from our various markets joined in the fun at the Euro Attractions Show in Berlin, Europe’s largest amusement park industry trade fair hosted by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA).
This year 13,000 attendees, including 8,400 qualified buyers, took advantage of the networking...
People, people everywhere. At the Elton John Concert at Gröna Lund in Stockholm this summer, I thought I´d pick up a few more beers for me and my friends but the long queues for the bars made me reconsider. The rest of the evening remained pretty calm.
Waiting in line has been described as torture. In Author Alex Stone´s words, “the dominant cost of waiting is an emotional one: stress,...
Have you ever heard of the fair Euro Attractions Show (EAS)? If you have, this is for you. If you haven´t, you really should keep reading. It so happens that the EAS is the fair when it comes to the latest trends in the leisure, tourism, attractions, entertainment and events industry. On top of this, this year it will take place in one of Europe’s most vibrant cities – Berlin. Over three...