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7 changes covid-19 has accelerated in the attractions industry

7 changes Covid-19 has accelerated in the attractions industry

Katapult hosted a webinar, at Connecting Culture Virtual Expo, and discussed how Covid-19 has become an accelerator for change in guest experience in the attractions industry.

Studio Space to Let

Beautiful Coach House at a Grade II listed Georgian Building to let.

Katapult transforms city centre Market Place

Katapult complete a vibrant 330-person capacity al fresco dining experience in the city centre of Derby, UK. This Covid-secure experience has been created to support the local hospitality industry.

Katapult welcome two new starters with international experience

Katapult welcomes two new starters as Project Producer and People & Environment seats are filled at the themed attraction and experience designers.

What the vegan trend can teach us about attractions

This blog, written by Kelly Herrick, originally featured on Blooloop. Veganism, or plant-based living, is on the rise. In fact, the vegan trend has grown sevenfold between 2014-2019 according to Google trends and a successful Veganuary has just finished.

The joy of bringing heritage interpretation into a theme park

The worlds of both theme parks and museums rarely cross, but so often they compete for the same time and money of guests. As a result we were delighted to work on this special project in Ireland.

The beauty of JOMO: Stop entertaining me, I’m trying to have fun

This blog, written by Kelly Herrick, originally featured on Blooloop. Being over entertained, overstimulated and forced to take part is turning our guests off in their thousands. But we know best right? Wrong. The consumer we’re used to is changing, and it’s happening fast.

See you at SEA

The first overseas expo of the year for Katapult is the Saudi Entertainment and Amusement Expo (SEA). Phil Higgins and Jonathan Bonner will be heading to Riyadh to be part of the leading trade expo in Saudi Arabia, dedicated to the entertainment and amusement industry.

The biggest challenge facing the attractions industry is a lack of operators

This blog, written by Kelly Herrick, originally featured on Blooloop. During 2019 I have spoken to numerous IPs, brand owners, retailers, estate owners, property developers and investors. They all want to develop their location based entertainment offers. In fact, some of these people are crying out for more leisure attractions and yet the lack of operators is putting a stop to this growth.

The changing face of theme park guests in 2020

The theme park and attraction industry has made a step-change in 2019. Exciting expansions to existing parks, new park investments in new countries and the ever-closing relationship of attractions within retail spaces has had a huge impact.

A tale of transformation at blooloopLIVE

Katapult were honoured to both sponsor and grace blooloopLIVE with our presence. A stellar line-up of speakers from the likes of Disney, Universal, Meow Wolf, The London Resort and Bompas & Parr took to the stage in London to deliver a key theme - transformation.

Creating a food future for everyone with the National Food Museum [Helping Hands Project 2019]

Earlier this year, the Museum of East Anglian Life was named the winner of our competition to find our ‘Helping Hands Project Partner’ for 2019. We were so intrigued by the ambition and foresight of the museum team that we couldn’t wait to work with them and help realise their vision of expanding into the ‘National Food Museum’.