African stakeholders in the theme park industry will soon benefit from the largest trade show in the amusement industry, the Dubai Entertainment Amusement and Leisure (Deal –www.DEALmiddleeastshow.com) to be organised by International Expo Consults.
With people visiting theme parks across Africa and this amusement sector growing in the continent, shows like Deal will assist industry stakeholders to get together under one roof. According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Africa’s strong performance in 2014 makes it one of the world’s fastest-growing tourist destinations, second only to Southeast Asia.
Amusement parks in Africa are able to offer more than just amusement as they often include historical and educational attractions. Parks in Africa are known to inculcate fun mixed with learning. Looping rollercoaster rides and bumper cars are offered alongside exciting wildlife-centered shows and historical attractions, thus enabling a fun mix of entertainment activities for all age groups. Deal 2017 is the only show in the Middle East and Africa region to provide stakeholders with several billion dollars’ worth of opportunities. The show will take place from March 27 – 29 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.