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19 August 2015 // News

A View From Both Sides of the Fence – Five Tips for a Successful Designer/Operator Partnership

Dan Schultz, JRA Chief Operating Officer In July, we asked the question, "should I build my museum or attraction?" Congratulations, the…
05 August 2015 // Thoughts

Deconstructing Capacity – Capacity by the Numbers

When we were researching this post, we found in our desks the article Design and Planning Cheat Sheet, written by…
16 July 2015 // Thoughts

Should I Be Doing This? Economic Feasibilty, Part Two

Last week, Brian Sands, Vice President and Principal of Economics at AECOM, begain to lift the veil of the process…
09 July 2015 // Thoughts

Should I Be Doing This? Determining The Feasibilty of Your Project

When developing a museum or attraction project, sometimes the biggest question is whether it should be developed at all. Even…
26 June 2015 // Thoughts

Working in China, Part 4: Managing the Work

So you’ve finally signed the contract and work has started, but that's not the end of it. Instead, you’ve only…
19 June 2015 // Thoughts

Working in China, Part 3: Using Outside Consultants to Get the Job

In our last segment, we discussed the importance of changing your business mentality and communication style when bidding on projects…
12 June 2015 // Thoughts

Working in China, Part 2: Getting the Job

In our previous post, we mentioned that there are some significant differences in the Western and Chinese styles of attractions…
05 June 2015 // Thoughts

Working in China: An Overview of the Basics

Part One: Asking the Right Questions This month, thousands of industry professionals will gather in Hong Kong for the IAAPA Asian Attractions…
01 June 2015 // Thoughts

The Bright Side of Attraction Design: Shedding A Light on Collaboration

In this week's post, Kathy Abernathy of Abernathy Lighting Design takes to the blogging mic to enlighten us on the oft forgotten…