New types of entertainment facilities that are family-oriented and regionally based are suitable for the Japanese market and will grow in the future, the head of Orlando-based ITEC Productions, said August 26.

“The new types of entertainment facilities attract repeaters. People go to those facilities like going to movie theaters,” said Marc Plogstedt, head of the entertainment facilities and technology design firm. The company was involved in designing The World of Disney Store, which opened in Orlando in April, and designing rides for Universal Studios in California in 1996.

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