The future is uncertain at the moment. So we’re huddling, virtually, to discuss the current situation and how best to proceed with fellow industry members.
Author The Editors
As many resorts and adventure parks anticipate the time when they can safely open in some capacity this summer it’s useful to learn how businesses in other countries are preparing to do the same.
We all need a little levity right now, so we hope this puts a smile on your face.
We asked resort financial management consultants Mike Krongel, Mirus Resort Capital, and Tom Lithgow, Resort Logic, how operations should approach their finances during the coronavirus pandemic.
The COVID-19 situation has introduced myriad uncertainties to everyday life. However, one thing is for certain: it will pass, and life will go on. When it does pass, we need to be ready.
Soft goods, the fiber ropes, the harnesses, the gift shop t-shirts, all key ingredients in the aerial adventure park recipe. We’re shining a spotlight on soft goods to help you…
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) has approved a revision of The Association for Challenge Course Technology (ACCT) ANSI/ACCT 03-2019 Challenge Course and Canopy/Zip Line Tours Standards (revision of ANSI/ACCT 03-2016).
Aerial adventure operations need insurance like cars need tires—and, like tires on a car, without the proper type of insurance that fits your operation, you’re not going anywhere. So we’re shining a spotlight on the topic of insurance to help you avoid a bumpy ride.