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TiLE, which is an abbreviation of Trends, Technology, Theming & Design in Leisure & Entertainment, are events (normally conferences/seminars with exhibits) for professionals that operate/develop and supply venues and special events in the Experience Economy.
TiLE addresses aspects of the Experience Economy in venues and special events that entertain, educate or inform the public in its leisure time ie museums, theme parks, heritage sites. See HISTORY.
The 13th TiLEzone London, which is supported by the UK’s Department for International Trade is the next TiLE:
At TiLE you network with fellow professionals, both operators & suppliers, and build business relationships.
You are inspired by speakers presenting trends, technologies, design/branding and new ideas that can be used to improve attractions & museums and their relationship with their visitors/guests.
You hear about opportunities for business from around the world and you will be introduced to new companies and their products & services.
Update on the Experience Economy that is now all around us, with views on what’s hot, what’s coming and where we’re at. A look through the eyes of a Futurist plus an in depth analysis of the North American market and the measured view of an economist.
Charting the rise of the pop up venue – and the growing movement to create experiences in venues with or without walls. From a Victorian seaside town becoming a contemporary art gallery, cultural artefacts and objects displayed in shopping malls to fine dining in a museum exhibit. This session will reveal some unexpected cross overs between attractions, cultures and industry sectors.
Bathing the audience in pixels, surrounding them with sound and moving all their perceptions. Experiences are being evolved and adapted to tell stories and engage visitors at many scales across all sorts of attractions. A conversation with the world’s leading practitioners across the fields of experience design, spatial design and technology will give a view of some exciting things to come.
Reconnecting with community, building new audiences and surviving in the era of social media. These are all having a massive impact on the engagement models, design and location of new museums, sports facilities and other public venues. Through the lens of the architect, the museum storyteller and the theatre designer this session will define the challenges and look at some of the projects that are rising and adapting to these growing challenges.