ITEC Entertainment Corporation has announced the opening of a West Los Angeles office. The new location enables ITEC to improve services and support for West Coast and Asia clients. The office is being led by Steve Alkhoja, Executive Vice President of Entertainment Technology for the company.
“This office expands ITEC’s existing relationships and presence and allows us to reinforce on-site support for our long-standing entertainment clients in areas such as creative design, entertainment technology, and sustaining engineering capabilities for attractions and shows,” says Steve Alkhoja. “It’s also well positioned for meetings with our international clients, especially those headquartered in Asia.”
ITEC Entertainment is a 30-year veteran in the industry, providing planning, creative design, entertainment technology, and project development for the largest companies worldwide including Universal Studios Theme Parks, Six Flags, Sony, and Wanda Group. ITEC’s turnkey Experience Design Process (EDP) creates a story that serves as a project foundation, orchestrating all components of development to build the most immersive, comprehensive and iconic guest experiences for theme parks, attractions, retail, themed dining, resorts, and more.
“Creating world-class immersive guest experiences requires a great deal of strategic alignment, creativity, and collaboration at various milestones throughout the development process,” said Bill Coan, president and CEO of ITEC Entertainment. “Through this process, our team is able to consistently deliver upon the high expectations we’ve been known for over the last quarter-century. Being closer to many of our industry-leading entertainment clients will help strengthen our approach in this region and explore opportunities beyond themed entertainment design such as mixed-use, office campuses, and retail.”
Some of ITEC’s recent Los Angeles projects include: Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey™; Despicable Me Minion Mayhem; Jurassic Park; Kung Fu Panda; andFast & Furious – Supercharged – all at Universal Studios Hollywood.