History

The first TiLE (Trends, Technology & Design in Leisure & Entertainment) was in 1991 and there have been TiLE events in:

  • Maastricht, The Netherlands
  • Strasbourg, France
  • London, UK
  • Berlin, Germany
  • Lake Como, Italy
  • Florence, Italy
  • Singapore
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Hannover, Germany
  • Warsaw, Poland
  • Lodz, Poland
  • Hong Kong

TiLE events are for professionals that operate/develop or supply venues that entertain, educate or inform i.e. museums, theme parks, heritage sites. TiLE events present the latest in products and design; provides an opportunity for the leaders in the industry, from around the world, to meet; and shows how attractions can increase visitor numbers and revenue.

There is so much crossover between leisure and entertainment attractions; museums and other educational and cultural venues; and retail and corporate facilities that the dividing lines between the individual sectors have blurred, with all areas able to learn from each other.

We have hosted many TiLE events around the globe, each and every one of which we are proud of. Below you can find a chronological list of our events.

  • 11th TiLEzone London, Museum of London Docklands, 16th March 2016
  • 10th TiLEzone London, London Transport Museum, 25th March 2015
  • 9th TiLEzone London, London Transport Museum, 26th March 2014
  • 8th TiLEzone London, London Transport Museum, 24th March 2013
  • TiLEIndia 2013 – Hyderabad, India 2013
  • 7th TiLEzone London, London Transport Museum, 21st March 2012
  • TiLE Experience Economy Forum, 2012 Olympics Global Business Summit, Lancaster House, London, 30th July 2012
  • TiLEforum 2011 – Florence (Santa Apollonia) 2011
  • 6th TiLEzone London on technology for operators, the client/supplier relationship and projects from Hong Kong, Singapore, Brazil, London 2012, Poland, Russia, Turkey and the Eden Project, London Transport Museum, Wednesday 16th March 2011
  • 5th TiLEzone London on future leisure attractions projects from Abu Dhabi, China, Hong Kong, Poland, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan, and future proofing leisure attractions, London Transport Museum, Wednesday 25th February 2010
  • TiLEzone at EAS 2009 on sustainability issues, followed by UKTI Industry Briefing, during the Euro Attractions Show at the RAI Amsterdam on Thursday 1st October 2009
  • 4th TiLEzone London “Sustainable Design, Technologies & Operations – the challenges & opportunities offered to Leisure Venues & Attractions”, London Transport Museum, Wednesday 25th March 2009
  • 2nd TiLEzone Poland, Lodz, Tuesday 23rd September 2008
  • 3rd TiLEzone London on “Opportunities and issues for suppliers to leisure & entertainment developments in China, and an Attraction Design Forum” at the London Transport Museum, Wednesday 21st May 2008
  • 2nd TiLEzone London “Emerging opportunities, and issues, forsuppliers to leisure developments in Central/Eastern Europe, France and the Middle East”, DTI Conference Centre, London, Tuesday 13th March 2007
  • 1st TiLEzone London “Opportunities in the Leisure Attractions Market”, DTI Conference Centre,
  • London, Tuesday 14th March 2006
  • TiLE 2006 – Maastricht (MECC)
  • 1st TiLEzone Poland, Warsaw, June 2005
  • TiLE 2005 – Maastricht (MECC)
  • TiLE 2004 – Maastricht (MECC)
  • TiLE 2003 - Berlin (Estrel)
  • TiLE 2002 - Berlin (Estrel)
  • TiLE 2001 – London (Business Design Centre)
  • TiLE 2000 – London (Business Design Centre)
  • TiLE 1999 – London (Business Design Centre)
  • TiLE 1998 – Strasbourg (Palais des Congrès)
  • TiLEzone at London Parks and Attractions Show, January 1998
  • TiLE 1997 – Strasbourg (Palais des Congrès)
  • TiLE Asia Conference alongside LeisureASIA exhibition, Singapore, March 1996
  • TiLE 1996 – Maastricht (MECC)
  • TiLE 1995 – Maastricht (MECC)
  • TiLE 1994 – Maastricht (MECC)
  • TiLE 1993 - Maastricht (MECC)
  • TiLE 1992 – Maastricht (MECC)

Lake Como

TiLE 2007

Villa Erba, Lake Como, Italy

Street Art, Lódz

2nd TiLEzone Poland 2008

Lódz, Poland

Shilparamam Cultural Village

TiLEIndia

Hyderabad 2013