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“We are now very active in Europe, we would definitely


love to meet more park operators that require park updates or expansions. We feel that there are many parks that have great potential to grow and we would very much like to offer our expertise. In the USA we are very active in the Dance Festival industry we would like to spread our market there to other festival markets in the USA such as country music.


“It is my absolute philosophy that we have to bring our clients success with the projects we deliver for them. When our client is successful with his project, and happy with our services they are likely to hire us again for expansions in the future. We truly believe in long term partnerships with our clients.”


In early May Djurs Sommerland opened the new area,


Leisure Expert says, “we truly believe in long term partnerships with our clients.”


“We come from a theme park background ourselves,” she continues, “and a lot of team members have worked in theme parks all around the world. That specific knowledge makes us stand out, and therefore we have a very good understanding of the wide variety of aspects, safety, operations, story telling and marketing that a park requires when a design is devised. Our technical experts also have excellent knowledge how to integrate audiovisual aspects with great theming that can be easily handled.” She believes guests enjoy their projects because the firm


understands what people are looking for in a theme park. “We work with so many talented people from the industry


and we love theme parks from the heart. We believe we know what we need to create to deliver a mesmerising experience.” Van de Stolpe-Aniba has a vision for LEG’s future which also includes growth outside of the theme park market and in the US too.


Wild Asia, and its new Pirate Restaurant. “For the past couple of years,” offers van de Stolpe- Aniba, “we have been working together on a great masterplan development with Henrik en Michael Nielsen, and we are very proud to see a brand new area arise in the park, after Bondegardsland opened its doors in 2015. Also, in the fall of this year a flying theatre will be opened in Amsterdam that we are very excited about. In mid-June we will reveal the stage that we designed for the Dance Festival in Vegas that will be enjoyed by over 400,000 guests. It always has a great energy to it.” Technology plays a big part in what LEG does and Van de Stolpe-Aniba ensures that the firm is at the forefront of new developments. “We are working very intensely to make sure that in our


projects all disciplines are fully integrated, so the experience that we design is fully integrated with story, design, technical aspects, and AV. To make it fully immersive, we design these environments more and more in VR to be able to engage our clients in the design process. I want to have all our future projects come to life by putting on one of the VR glasses so that our clients can experience first hand what our creation will bring them.” LEG has offices in Amsterdam and Almere. More


information can be found at leisure-expert.com. The design firm and former sister company Jora Vision will continue to operate as a separate business and is not rebranding.


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