Fun. Frenetic. Fast. Our modern lifestyles can be all these and more, as we scoot around in top gear juggling the ever-changing demands of family, friends and colleagues. This blurring of home and work is having a marked and irreversible effect on what we have traditionally called the leisure sector. Leisure takes place in a diverse range of settings. And it covers a much wider spectrum of activities, enjoyed with a greater variety of people from our social circle – including all important me-time.
Leisure was once defined as having time out. Now the focus has shifted to feeling good and maintaining our wellbeing. To provide a clear grasp of the leisure industry’s likely direction of travel Cushman & Wakefield has produced a trilogy of insights.
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Read #1 Trends & Challenges and listen to the podcast
In Edition #1 TRENDS & CHALLENGES we set out the key factors shaping the sector and we highlight the key hurdles facing those who operate within it.
The Feel Good Podcast
Cushman & Wakefield’s Head of EMEA Cross Border Retail & Leisure, Dominic Bouvet chats with TJ Hart, Site Search Manager at one of the biggest global leisure brands, Merlin Entertainments.
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