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News Highlight www.parkworld-online.com Still time to enter DEADLINE EXTENDED TO 30th SEPTEMBER


Park World Excellence Awards


F ounded in 2018, the Park World Excellence Awards invites


entries and nominations from operators in Europe, East and Africa,


the Middle together with suppliers, manufacturers and


entertainment specialists with projects launched in the EMEA region between 1 July 2019 and 31 August 2020. A key date for


hosted live on the Park World Excellence Awards website on Tuesday 8 December. The deadline for entries and nominations is Wednesday, 30 September. In consultation with its expert judging panel,


the Park


World Excellence Awards team has refreshed the categories and criteria for


opportunities for members of


the 2020 event, providing even more exciting the industry to demonstrate their


skill and expertise. “The 20 awards reflect perfectly the various facets of our


vibrant EMEA region,” says renowned industry journalist and Park World Excellence Awards judge, Francois Mayne.” Very exciting this year ‘Best of


is the introduction of


for for


the award the Best’. Richard Pawley, director of operations rides and safety, VTP Global Holdings and Park World


Excellence Awards judge, explains: “Celebrating the ‘Best of the Best’ within our industry,


this award


will be given each year and will be nominated by the judges only. We will be looking for a class of


ride or


attraction, which may have been launched at any time,


MANUFACTURER/SUPPLIER CATEGORIES Entrants can come from companies from outside the EMEA region, but the ride/attraction/project entered must be located in the EMEA region. • Best Roller Coaster • Best Roller Ride •


Best Ride


• Best Ride – Limited Budget • Best Dark Ride or Media-Based Experience • Best Water Park Experience •


Best FEC Project


• Best Use of Technologies •


Best Supplier • Best Product Unsung Hero Innovation


PEOPLE CATEGORIES •


• Industry Icon – Operator • Industry icon – Manufacturer


PLUS! in terms of its


content, operation and business model, that stands out above all others.”


BEST OF THE BEST Judges choice – external entries / nominations not permitted. Winner revealed on the night – no shortlist published. The judging panel will each put that


forward a ride/attraction represents the best


they believe has risen above all of that


For more information and to enter visit www.parkworldexcellenceawards.com


this year’s entries and the industry has to offer. the industry calendar, this year’s event will be


OPERATOR CATEGORIES Entrants must be based in the EMEA region. • Best Large Park • Best Regional Park • Best Water Park • Best Family Entertainment Centre • Best Live Entertainment


Categories


ALEATHA EZRA – Director, park member development, World Waterpark Association


DUNCAN PHILLIPS - Founder and


managing director, 360 Play, DP Associates. Vice chair of Balppa.


EMMANUEL MONGON – Founder, Imaginvest


FRANÇOIS


MAYNÉ – Editor, NewsParcs; founder OOPARC; freelance journalist.


22


NICOLE ROJO – Representative of


Switzerland and


Austria. Attractions industry blogger.


SUMMER PART 2 2020


the


European Coaster Club (EEC)


for Germany,


MARCUS GAINES – Owner, Ride and Park Media.


MAREK PISARSKI – Owner, PAIT Consulting;


Marek Pisarski Imagineering.


PHIL TAYLOR - Managing director,


Team Leisure


RICHARD PAWLEY - Director of


operations and ride safety, VTP Global Holdings


MEET THE JUDGES


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