The new brochure produced by UKTI in partnership with the British Council, showcases the UK’s global leadership in the experience economy.
The UK is home to many world-class visitor attractions whose success is built on imagination, ingenuity and expertise – skills which UK companies are keen to offer attraction developers all around the world.
The brochure shows how UK companies have used these skills internationally in a range of different ways:
from directly expanding their own attractions portfolio overseas
to providing visioning, planning and design services for projects ranging from:
developing a new cultural district in Dubai
design of the Hong Kong Maritime Museum
character costume design for ski resorts in Sweden
It also shows a small snapshot of what the UK can offer helping to illustrate the country’s leading status in this fast-growing sector. Whether a project calls for feasibility, architecture, construction, exhibit design, interpretation, equipment supply or management consultancy, the UK has companies with the capabilities, experience, know-how and cultural sensitivity.
The brochure launched at a reception at the London Dungeon, organised by TiLEzone.
TiLE (Trends, Technology & Design in Leisure & Entertainment), holds a range of international events bringing together senior executives from across the experience economy sector including museums, galleries, science centres, heritage sites, zoos and theme parks.