IACPOS collaborates with IAAPA in information days about the reopening of Leisure Centers

The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), represents more than 6,000 members of the amusement industry in more than 100 countries worldwide and operates several world attractions trade shows. Founded in 1918, it has been headquartered in Orlando, Florida for more than a century, becoming the main organizer of global events in the attractions industry and the facilitator of market connections.

IACPOS, as a member of IAAPA, has been participating for years in the fairs that take place in the United States. At the request of IAAPA, as well as a great coordination between the different work teams that were created, it was an honor to be able to participate as exhibitors in one of the days through a series of webinars and Facebook Live to help the different members of IAAPA in Latin America, to reorient their processes, innovate and prepare for a reopening that allows them to operate in this new reality.

The theme of the presentation was: De-escalation for reopening, sales and access to attractions, experience of a European museum. In addition, we had the opportunity to have one of our clients whom we would like to thank for their presence, the Prado Museum, who, together with the Head of the Visitor Service Area, showed all the attendees how the reopening of one of the quintessential European museums.

Los ponentes fueron:

  • Noelia Ibáñez Pérez, Jefa del Área de Atención al Visitante, Museo Del Prado
  • Santiago Castillón Pueyo, CEO, IACPOS.
  • Carlos Mondragón, Director de Innovación, El Gabinete

During the day we had 94 attendees, from 12 countries, mostly from Mexico (41) and Colombia (21). The feedback from all attendees was excellent, receiving thanks and congratulations from the various representatives of the attractions industry.

Without a doubt, we want to value the usefulness of these conferences even more so in current times, where digital media and digitization have acquired a predominant role and thank IAAPA for the dissemination and the great work they do in this area, especially Paulina Reyes, Vice President and Executive Director, as well as Roberto Becerra, Education Manager.

At IACPOS we continue to work hard, providing high added value solutions to all our clients as well as incorporating new clients that we will soon inform about those who we can help with our solution and experience in these times of “new normality”.