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  • Will ‘e-leisure’ spending surpass real world experiences?
  • Will ‘e-leisure’ spending surpass real world experiences?
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2017 Expert Outlook on Leisure

Can out-of-home leisure destinations lure people away from screens? Why does travelling like a local beat being a regular tourist? And is AR a real game-changer? As part of our Expert Outlook 2017 series, we speak to three leisure experts about what the future holds for how we unwind and explore.

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In the Leisure chapter of the 2017 Expert Outlook, Canvas8 speaks to Randy White, CEO and co-founder of the White Hutchinson Leisure & Learning Group, Jon Hawkins, editor of Escapism, and Mark Walker, content marketing and social media manager at Eventbrite UK & Ireland.

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