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Marek Pisarki An established author in the Polish leisure sphere and trailblazing consultant in the edutainment sector, Marek’s professional activities as the owner of PAIT Consulting and Marek Pisarski Imagineering, include providing consulting services for different governmental institutions around the organisation and design of themed and interactive exhibitions, attractions and parks.


François Mayné Born in Brussels, Belgium, François has always had a passion for the theme park industry. At the beginning of the noughties, he was involved in the management of several websites that formed the core of an emerging French-speaking fan community. After completing a university degree in marketing,


Richard Pawley, FRSA Richard is director of operations and ride safety for VTP Global Holdings Ltd. He has been involved with


the leisure attraction business since 1976 and before his employment with VTP, was operations director for Drayton Manor Park. Richard has held several responsible positions in the UK,


Europe and USA on representative bodies including the chairmanship of the British Association of Leisure Parks Piers and Attractions (BALPPA) from 1995—1997 and again in 2005. Richard also represented BALPPA for eighteen years on


the Fairground Joint Advisory Committee (FJAC) and later became chairman of the HSE Committee responsible for the publication of the Health and Safety Guidance (HSG 175). Richard was a founding member and first chairman of the Amusement Device Safety Council (ADSC) – the organisation responsible for introducing the Amusement Device Inspection Procedure Scheme. (ADIPS). During that time, he was also a member of the CEN 152 Committee for the European Standard. Richard was elected to serve as a director of The


International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) from 2002-2005. “It gives me great pleasure to be associated with the Park


World Excellence Awards as health and safety is my number one priority for VTP Global,” says Richard. “I have also visited many theme parks around the world and while at Drayton Manor Park I worked with Swiss designer, Intamin to create the awesome Apocalypse (first stand up free fall in the world) which set new standards in theme park technology. I still want to feel the excitement of the illusion, fantasy and magic when looking at and riding the attractions in our parks. You are never too old!


François created his own business and became the editor of NewsParcs, an online news magazine dedicated to the professionals of the amusement park industry. After a successful three-year run, he chose to focus on another business: OOPARC, an online guidebook about theme parks around Europe. François also works as a freelance author for one of the major trade publications covering the attractions industry.


Marcus Gaines Marcus, owner of Ride and Park Media, has been writing about theme parks and rides for over 15 years for trade and mainstream publications. Focused on the promotion of the attraction industry, he typically spends at least 30 days a year in theme parks shooting dynamic marketing films, writing features and consulting on future developments.


Emmanuel Mongon Each year, more than 40 million people visit leisure sites which Emmanuel Mongon contributed to master plan, design, develop or reengineer. Emmanuel was the first director, design and development at


Parc Astérix, which became the leading theme park in France. His references include internationally acclaimed theme parks,


entertainment centres, integrated resorts, heritage sites, and spiritual sites. IAAPA asked him in 2005 to be the founding chairman of its first European trade show, EAS, which became in just three years the leading industry gathering in Europe. "Park World and its Excellence Awards: a new production team full of energy",


he says. As well as providing an unparalleled stamp of industry endorsement for each


of its finalists, runner-ups and winners, ceremony itself is a huge networking opportunity. The 2019 event is set to take place on 18 September, in Paris, with the


backing of several high profile sponsors, including Alterface, Bertazzon, Digital Centre, Hologate, Polin Waterparks, Sally Corporation Semnox, Simworx and wiegand.maelzer. Visit www.parkworldexcellenceawards.com to find out how you can get involved.


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