Business Advisors LLC (LBA) has conducted feasibility studies for many
new tourist attractions in North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, and the
Middle East. The company is registered with the United Nations and
listed in its development business directory.
We are pleased to present Leisure Development Pulse to
help inform prospective developers. It showcases selected new
attractions worldwide. Information includes name, location, type, year
opened, size, and cost. Onsite videos are shown, if available.
consulting projects are described below. These are followed by a
discussion of selected past consulting assignments by John Gerner,
LBA's managing director.
Evaluation of Major New Attraction
Roadshow is Australia's largest amusement park operator and owns Warner
Bros. Movie World, Sea World, Wet’n’Wild Water World, and
other attractions. More information is available on the company's website.
In 2011, LBA evaluated the market and financial potential of
developing a major new attraction in China for Village Roadshow. The company's plans were publicly reported in this news article.
Proposed Disney Theme Park
Walt Disney Company is the leading theme park developer in the world.
Its locations include Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Tokyo Disney
Resort, Disneyland Park (Paris), and Hong Kong Disneyland.
a senior consultant with Economics Research Associates in the
1980s, John Gerner evaluated locations in Latin America for a
proposed Disney theme park.
Hopi Hari (Brazil)
Hari is one of the largest theme parks in South America, and is located
near São Paulo in Brazil. It is 76 hectares in size, and cost USD$220
million to develop. This amusement park opened in 1999. More information is available on Hopi Hari's website and this travel video.
a subcontractor to International Theme Park Services, John
Gerner evaluated the market and financial feasibility of Hopi
Nanshan Cultural Tourism Zone (China)
Nanshan Culture Tourism Zone is approximately 27 hectares in size,
and contains several tourist attractions. These include the Hainan
Culture Park, Felicity and Longevity Park, and Buddhist Culture Park.
Its centerpiece is the
Guanyin Statue of Hainan, which is currently the fourth tallest
statue in the world.
a subcontractor to Economics Research Associates, John Gerner evaluated
the feasibility of developing this major tourism project.
Other Past Consulting Projects
managing director, John Gerner, has extensive worldwide consulting
experience gained over the past 20+ years. Below are some of his past
feasibility studies for international projects as a subcontractor or
employee of Economics Research Associates and International Theme
parks in China, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea
park in the Philippines
entertainment center in Malaysia
parks in Cyprus, Greece, Russia, and Spain
entertainment center in the Canary Islands
parks in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia
- Tourist attraction in Egypt
parks in Brazil, Peru, and Venezuela
entertainment center in Peru
parks in Barbados and Jamaica
entertainment center in Bermuda
parks in Canada, Mexico, and the USA
entertainment centers in Mexico and the USA
in Canada and the USA
resort in the USA
in the USA
in the USA
/ entertainment centers in the USA
course in the USA
in the USA
here for more details on our managing director's background.
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