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The 12th TiLEzone London will be at the London Transport Museum (pictured above) on Thursday 23rd March 2017.
You can purchase conference tickets with the Early Bird discount and tickets for the conference reception (sponsors and speakers only) here. Please note that the discount period ends on 14th January 2017.
Information on promoting your company and products or sponsoring the 12th TiLEzone London is here.
More details are on www.tileweb.org, including the program as it develops. An outline of each session is as follows:
Emerging Economic Models for Visitor Experiences chaired by Ray Hole, Managing Director, Ray Hole Architects
This topic will be explored by Scientific Approach to the Economics of Experience by Tony Sefton, Managing Director & Founder, Vision XSLtd; Case Study 1: Port Lympne, Kent – Day Ticket Attraction to Resort Model by Bob O’Connor, CEO, Aspinall Foundation; Case Study 2: Kidzania, London – Brand Association Funded Model by Eddie Kemsley, CEO, Kidzania London; and Case Study 3: i360 Brighton – Funding Civic Scale and Quality Experiences by Eleanor Harris, CEO, i360 Brighton
Our Communities are our Partners chaired by Stephen Greenberg, Creative Director, Metaphor
Work on communities and regeneration has shown how museums can capacity build, provide training and development and are also worth the twin government measures, financial and social, the Return on Investment (ROI) and the Social Return on Investment (SRI). This requires new models that centre much more on events, activities, festivals and co-production and co-creation.
Experiential Media – Designing for Multi-Screen Visitor Experiences chaired by Lol Sargent, Creative Director, Studio Simple
With the rapid increase in recording and display resolutions, combined with tools such as desktop editing and visual effects, projection mapping, VR and AR, how have the top Creative Directors of experiential media exploited some of these things to realize their ideas, and how would they like to take it further? Speakers will be Peter Higgins of Land Design Studio, Antony Pearson of Clay Interactive, David Bickerstaff of New Angle and Atomictv and Damien Smith of ISO Design.
Opportunities Overseas chaired by Richard Parry, Experience Economy Sector Team, DIT
It is likely that the session will address opportunities in the UAE, with the latest on EXPO 2020; the USA; China, Hong Kong & Macau; and/or Central and Eastern Europe. Mari Thynne of the University of Lancaster will present the conclusions of a research paper DIT have commissioned on the future dynamics of the experience economy.
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