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The Euro Attractions Show has been rebranded as the IAAPA Expo Europe ahead of this year's event at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition centre. With the name change, the show has grown further and the 2019 edition will be the largest in the event's history.

Held in the French capital Paris, IAAPA Expo Europe 2019 will be an all-encompassing event for the continent's leisure and attractions industry professionals. Those in attendance will include operators, suppliers, manufacturers, investors, developers - and anyone wishing to engage with the global amusement community.

This year's event is expected to attract more than 15,000 participants - of which around 9,000 will be buyers. In total, more than 600 companies from 100 countries will be represented at the expo.

With 17,500 net sq m (188,000 sq ft) of exhibition space, IAAPA Expo Europe will also feature the largest show floor in the show's history.

"As one of the most visited cities worldwide, Paris is central to the attractions industry, offering an impressive collection of innovative parks, museums and cultural sites" says Jakob Wahl, executive director and VP of IAAPA EMEA.

"This diverse market welcomes global attractions professionals for IAAPA Expo Europe for several days of buying, learning and networking. We want to offer attractions professionals the change to be part of the excitment and join their peers to discover more about the innovations and opportunities that will help them generate more revenue - and create memorbale guest experiences."

The event will offer 15 educational sessions, covering a wide range of important topics - from operations and creative guest experiences to communications and design. Adding to thses, there will be nine in-depth learning experiences. The speciality programme includes the IAAPA Institute for Attractions Managers at Disneyland PAris, a ine-day Water Park Forum; and a IAAPA Safety Institude session at Parc Astérix.

As always, networking will play a major part of the event. This year, there will be six key networking events, during which delegates can mix with peers in a more informal setting.

Click HERE for more information and to register

IAAPA members will receive reduced registration rates for the Expo. See you in Paris!

IEE will host 17,500 net sq m of exhibition space

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IAAPA Expo Europe
The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) represents 4,000 members worldwide, of which 700 are located in Europe. IAAPA organises most major amusement parks and attractions in Europe, but membership also includes suppliers to amusement parks and attractions.

IAAPA Expo Europe was established in 2005 with the first show in Vienna, Austria and has grown to be the premier meeting point for the leisure industry in Europe. IAAPA Expo Europe is owned and produced by IAAPA, The Global Association for the Attractions Industry.
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International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), European Office, Rue du Congrès 37-41, B-1000 Brussels, Belgium
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+32 2609 5446
The Euro Attractions Show has been rebranded as the IAAPA Expo Europe ahead of this year's event at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles exhibition centre.
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