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  • Nostalgia rules in the experience economy
  • Nostalgia rules in the experience economy
    Tanya Hart 2013 ©
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Nostalgia rules in the experience economy

A crowdfunded bid to bring back The Crystal Maze as a live attraction – where those buying into it are participants, not viewers – raised £250,000 in a single day. The demand for immersive experiences clearly isn’t slowing, and with this new retro appeal could it just be getting started?

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