Posted on August 21st, 2017

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​Job Description

This is an Executive Management Level Position leading the startup of a new iconic amusement attraction in Bangkok, Thailand.

You will be setting up the Sales and Marketing Department while focusing on:
  1. Developing the brand and marketing the attraction to both consumers (B2C) and businesses (B2B).
  2. Developing strategic relationships with the local Tour and Travel companies to package and sell attraction admissions, special events, etc.
  3. Hiring and development of Expat and local staff.
  4. Development of systems, processes, and procedures.
Project is currently planned for approx. 16-18 months, with possible extension.

Competitive Expat pay package will be included.

Must have at least 10 years’ senior management experience at a world-class amusement attraction.

Start date: October 1, 2017

Posted on January 27th, 2017

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - Joel Ward, of ProFun Management Group, has been officially announced as the new General Manager of ​the 60-story observation wheel being built on the St George waterfront. Joel brings over 25 years of experience in the tourism and attraction industry, including his 18-year tenure at Universal Studios.


by Dana Schultz on July 18th, 2016

​New York City, USA - AsDNAinfo reports, on June 28th a cargo ship from Denmark carrying large crane parts for construction of Staten Island’s New York Wheel arrived at the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal (SBMT), where it was docked for five days with around 30 union longshoreman moving the cargo. This was the first shipment to the site in more than 10 years, revitalizing it as “a working maritime port facility” that will hopefully create hundreds of jobs.

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Posted on November 11th, 2015

​by Amy Plitt

Although the New York Wheel, the massive ferris wheel coming to the Staten Island waterfront, is all but a given at this point, the project still needed City Council approval before moving forward with construction. And as of yesterday, those changes—which focused mainly on a parking garage near the attraction—were approved.

The adjustments centered on the parking garage adjacent to the Wheel, which was originally proposed as a three-level structure; the plan that got City Council approval would instead create a four-level garage and reduce its overall footprint. It will also "[allow] for additional benefits to utilize natural instead of mechanic ventilation and creating more self-parking as requested by the community," according to a press release.

The owners of the Wheel have also partnered with EarthCam to launch a livestream of construction at the site, showing the view from the nearby Robbins Reef Lighthouse in St. George. The video isn't embeddable, but if you're curious, you can check it out via the New York Wheel's website. (Spoiler: It's a big hole and a few cranes right now.)

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Posted on November 11th, 2015

Twentieth Century Fox World (Malaysia) - The Dubai venture is the second Fox-branded theme park, the first being in partnership with Resorts World Genting.  ​Twentieth Century Fox World, Malaysia, will open in 2016 and feature about 25 rides inspired by movies and TV shows from the Fox archives.
(CNN)  Where do you go for theme park rides inspired by maritime tragedies, acid-blooded aliens and children fighting to the death in a dystopian future?

Dubai, of course.

The emirate has been revealed as the latest destination for a Twentieth Century Fox World theme park and resort, due to open in 2018.

Rides and attractions will be based on the studio's hit films and TV shows including "Titanic," "Aliens," "Predator" and "Sons of Anarchy," as well as more family-friendly material such as "Ice Age and "The Simpsons.

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