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profile awards presentations and the opportunity to network with key buyers and decision makers. Simworx CEO Terry Monkton comments: “Having held a

successful partnership with Park World for many years, we felt the opportunity to sponsor and attend the Park World Excellence Awards this year was the perfect platform for Simworx to congratulate members of the industry for their excellence over the last 12 months. “We feel it’s been a stellar year particularly for

innovation for both our company and the attractions industry overall, and award ceremonies such as this are the perfect place for us to come together and celebrate that success. These events are a fantastic opportunity to meet and speak with certain sectors of the industry that we may usually not have the chance to day to day. We heard great things about the awards ceremony in Amsterdam last year, and we’re very much looking forward to attending this year’s show!” Leif Peterson CEO and founder of HOLOGATE, a first

time sponsor of the awards is excited to be involved: “Not only have we been huge fans of the Park World magazine for many years, we were really impressed with the success of the inaugural Park World Excellence Awards from last year and how well it recognised imaginative innovation regardless of the size of the company or years of experience in the industry. “Programmes such as PWEA bring immeasurable benefit

to the industry as it brings further awareness of the cutting edge innovation that is happening around the world, thus raising the bar for all companies to strive for; they encourage the respect and camaraderie shown among competitors as they acknowledge each other through nominations; and they often provide a global platform for even the upstart or “mom and pop” operators, suppliers, and manufacturers to help them flourish.” Events like the Park World Excellence Awards are, says

Leif, invaluable, offering quality face time, in an intimate environment, with the high level executives and decision makers that are shaping our indust ry.” Entering and sponsoring the Awards in 2018 was a

great move for Alterface which is why Benoit Cornet, CEO and founder had no hesitation in getting involved again. “The Park World Excellence Awards gave great visibility to our interactive dark ride Bazyliszek and the event was

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enjoyed by the team together with our industry partners and customer, Legendia. Such awards are of tremendous value to the industry, encouraging everyone to innovate and boost the quality of their work. We look forward to the next edition in Paris!” Anja D'Hondt, who looks after Alterface’s PR at Flower

and Feet agrees that taking part in the Park World Excellence Awards is a great way of raising a company’s profile: “Participating in an award can be very PR-rewarding for your brand and team! In preparation of the nominations you want to give your best projects visibility so the judges have read and heard about it, or even visited the attraction. A powerful entry with sparkling visuals and testimonials can then further help secure the award. You can then put your team, customer and partners in the spotlight with this deserved recognition for their great work - during award ceremonies and through your own and media channels!” Umesh.B.Prabhu, director, Semnox Solutions sums it up

perfectly: “It’s our pleasure to be associated with Datateam for the Park World Excellence Awards, one of the few events focused on the park Industry. We are looking forward to the event for a number of reasons, not only does it gives us a snapshot of what is happening in the Park side of business in all its facets, it’s an opportunity to see the veterans and new comers in the industry, both from operators side as well as suppliers side. It’s also a platform for know-how, learning and networking with peers and although a fairly new platform, it’s a growing one, which will give us added recognition globally.” For more information and to book tickets, visit


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