ICYMI – This week’s news
This week's news from the GAP Daily
Here’s your weekly round-up of headlines from the GAP Daily.
Some 85 per cent of UK visitors say they often or occasionally decide against buying food and drink at a theme park because of queues, while 67 per cent take the same view with regard to buying merchandise, according to a new report.
Trampoliine park chain Jump 360 is opening a an inflatable theme park under its Inflataspace brand in Newcastle.
Innovative Technology held its three-day Annual Sales Conference at its UK head office in Oldham this week.
Debit card specialist Intercard, has completed the following installations at Future Kid in Kuwait and Monkey Joe’s in Illinois recently.
Betson Enterprises hosted its second Betson Team Sales Summit in Orlando to focus on customers, continuous learning and team work.
One of the UK’s largest inflatable theme parks is set to open in Liverpool in 2018.
Next month’s combined EAG and VAE Show at ExCeL will play host to significant number of first time exhibitors, according to organiser, Swan Events.
ITL has launched a new high performance 80mm roll ticket printer, the RP-80, aimed at reducing ticket wastage and improving printing performance.
Ten-pin bowling firm Hollywood Bowl has reported annual pre-tax profits rising from £2.6million to £21.1million in the last year.
Blimey. Scotland is to get another trampoline park, this one gives children the chance to have lots of laughs on the site of a former pig abattoir.