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  • What leisure experiences get people out of the house?
  • What leisure experiences get people out of the house?
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2015 Expert Outlook on Leisure

How will we be spending our spare time in 2015? Will we be cocooning at home or trekking across town to discover the latest pop-up? How will the experience of attending a festival change and why is digital a danger to the leisure sector?

Location North America / Northern Europe

Scope
How will we be spending our spare time in 2015? For the leisure Expert Outlook 2015 Canvas8 speaks to Ivor Wilkins, director at music events company MAMA, Randy White CEO of White Hutchinson Leisure & Learning Group and Ray Jones, business development director at Time Out London.

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