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Volume XIII

No. 10 - December 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. Why are many FEC attractions so mediocre?
  3. Local, healthy top the 2014 restaurant menu forecast
  4. Bowling in transition
  5. Foundations Entertainment University announces three programs for 2014
  6. Wine now more popular than beer
  7. 5 ways to rethink your queue strategy to keep customers satisfied
  8. Is Chuck E. Cheese's declining comparable store sales the result of digital Darwinism, KGOY or what?
  9. Do "Digital Natives" exist?
  10. Raising the bar on grilled cheese sandwiches
  11. Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to tell your story in a noisy social world

No. 9 - November 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. The dirty little truth about many consultants & seminar programs
  3. Online leisure is crowding out real world leisure & face time
  4. Why Millennials aren't who you think they are
  5. Early bird discount available for Foundations Entertainment University in February
  6. Designing entertainment attractions to overcome the fear of conversation
  7. The hybrid consumer and the return to splurging

No. 8 - October 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. Implications of the new 6th Sense & the flight from conversation
  3. Meet us in Orlando
  4. Current project status
  5. It's time to change the industry's lexicon
  6. Foundations Entertainment University heading to Phoenix
  7. Changes to location-based entertainment participation and spending
  8. Healthy eating on the increase & free newsletter

No. 7 - September 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. Wine about to overtake beer in popularity
  3. Foundations Entertainment University just 1.5 weeks away
  4. The disruption of convenient, cheap and easy
  5. Attendance and spending at community entertainment venues
  6. The importance of leisure in emerging and advanced economies
  7. Exceeding customer expectations; The unachievable myth
  8. Bocce, the horseshoes for hipsters

No. 6 - July - August 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. Our newest project
  3. Focus on technology - 4K displays, a cost or something else?
  4. Frugality continues; The new reality for location-based entertainment
  5. Foundations Entertainment University - your road to success - September 17-19
  6. How technology has changed entertainment experiences
  7. Changes to leisure time

No. 5 - June 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. How digital technology disrupts the perceived value of location-based entertainment
  3. National Park visits on the decline
  4. Is Chuck E. Cheese's last decade's performance a harbinger of the future of children's entertainment?
  5. Free scholarships available to Birthday University
  6. The importance of food and beverage - Part 2: Snacks
  7. Foundations Entertainment University - businesses don't plan to fail, they fail to plan SMARTLY
  8. The three elementary rules for being great
  9. Aggregate household spending on community-based entertainment
  10. Here's what 24/7 construction looks like

No. 4 - May 2013

  1. Editor's corner - Travel tips
  2. A nascent trend, the rise of the barcade
  3. Here's some interesting data on family incomes & entertainment spending
  4. Progress with our Da Nang, Vietnam eatertainment project
  5. Foundations Entertainment University - July 16-18 in Chicago
  6. The importance of food and beverage
  7. Gender matters

No. 3 - March-April 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. What are the trends with community-based entertainment?
  3. Designing karaoke rooms for the Danang, Vietnam FEC
  4. The ever expanding bricks-'n- mortar entertainment landscape
  5. Foundations Entertainment University #28 attracts 63 attendees
  6. The failure of feasibility studies that rely on demographics
  7. A super-sized pop-up restaurant
  8. Chuck E. Cheese's bombs on food and new mascot while moving into the digital world

No. 2 - February 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. Evidence that the staycation trend is both real & long-term
  3. Foundations Entertainment University - a 3-fer in March
  4. The bifurcated entertainment market; High Fidelity or die!
  5. A counterintuitive way to increase profits - scarcity
  6. 2012 North American cinema attendance increases
  7. Biases that can cause us to make bad decisions

No. 1 - January 2013

  1. Editor's corner
  2. The challenges of producing international entertainment projects: Our Vietnam experience
  3. The science of the queue
  4. Foundations Entertainment University goes to Vegas
  5. Feasibility and economics for entertainment projects in emerging economies
  6. Birthday University scholarships
  7. Location-based entertainment experiences go premium
  8. Entertainment spending in the local community by income
 

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