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Shinji Ochiai, Director of the El Paso, Texas-based
Team-Lab Kids company is proud of beeing awarded
second place in the best new product category of the
Brass Ring Awards. This interactive product is not only
fun for kids: figures can be drawn on paper and then be
transferred to a projection screen via scanner.

ProSlide: (f.l.t.r.) Lars Lenders, VP Business Development, & Philip Baker, Business Development
Manager, see a trend towards the emergence of new indoor waterpark facilities, particularly in Europe.
Wow Company:
Harold Kinet,
Marketing Assistant
at Belgian's Wow
Company, was
satisfied with the
show in Orlando. The
company has realized
over 320 "Wave Ball"
projects in 49 countries since 1991.
Christian Tropp (l.)
and Thomas Madej
came to Orlando to get
some inspiration for
their new trampoline
parks to be opened in
Germany soon.

SimEx-Iwerks: The California-based company is specialized in the design and built of cinematic attractions
and celebrated its 25th anniversary last year. General
Manager Mike Frueh, Executive Vice President Shiori
Sudo and Licensing & Distribution Manager Howard
Brodsky (f.l.t.r.) provide theme parks with innovative
technologies and special effects for an immersive
storytelling.

Wibit: Wibit's CEO Romann Rademacher (r.) and the company's President Robert Cirjak were satisfied with the good investment climate at IAAPA Expo, where they were present with a new and larger
booth. In November the company also delivered around 60 water play elements to a sports park on
the Caribbean island of St. Maarten.
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