- Emerging Stronger: Marwell Zoo
- Emerging Stronger: The MAX
- The Future of Cities and Malls
- COP26: The actions of our industry
- Chester House Estate visit
- Emerging Stronger: The National Videogame Museum
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After kicking off the Emerging Stronger series by hearing from two young, but determined organisations finding their feet amidst a global pandemic, episode three has us hearing from a more experienced member of our industry, Marwell Zoo.
Sean Mannie, Commercial Director of Marwell Zoo, gave us an honest and exhilarating account of the learnings he took when the zoo closed its doors to the public whilst still incurring animal welfare costs of hundreds of thousands of pounds per month.
The Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience (The MAX)
Having kicked things off in Episode one with Hannah Bryan and The National Videogame Museum, episode two sees us catch up without another young organisation that have spent much of their existence in the presence of a global pandemic.
Mark Tullos, President and CEO of the Mississippi Arts + Entertainment Experience (The MAX), kindly caught us up on the incredible things the pandemic taught their organisation about their people, their channels, and their future.
Cities, large towns and shopping malls have struggled in the face of declining visits in the battle with online shopping. Online shopping increased dramatically during lockdowns and now the question is will shoppers come back? Can the shift to online shopping be stopped or reversed? What can cities, towns and shopping malls do?
A research study of 1,100 UK based shoppers, conducted by A Different View and in partnership with Leisure Development Partners and Panelbase.com, investigated future relationships with city centres,
COP26 is being dubbed “the world’s best last chance to get runaway climate change under control” and the 26th edition, hosted in Glasgow this October, will set the precedent for organisations and individuals worldwide in the battle against climate change.
But as we’re sure we’ll hear across all the great sessions at COP26: sustainability requires action, not just discussion.
Each COP has its own set of goals, and we’ve been positively amazing by the visitor attraction sector’s contribution to achieving these goals
As part of continuing work for our client the Leather Conservation Centre, last week the A Different View team had the privilege of a behind-the-scenes tour of Chester House Estate near Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, which opens to the public on 23rd October.
One of the National Lottery Heritage
It has been a tough 18 months for our sector - from intermittent lockdowns to extra restrictions, everyone has felt the pinch in some way or another.
Having worked with over 50 visitor attractions in some capacity during this period, we’ve seen first-hand the complex and unique struggles each individual organisation has faced, but we’ve also seen bold experimentation and lasting positive change.
In our new mini-series, Emerging Stronger, we catch-up with our past clients and friends to explore