I am looking for some advise. I do not have a company or any business background. My background is in child care. I did in-home child care for many years before having my own twins in 2003. Along with my love for children, I am also artistic and ceative. When my twins were just 3 years old, we thought up this make beleive amusement park and eventually added a water park. We talked about it all the time, and it seemed that the ideas were endless. I even built them a model of a toddler area with all the ideas we invisioned.
I know this is a great concept, and although I don’t have any busisness background, I can see the potential this could have. Also I beleive there are big marketing and sponsorship possibilities. I would like the opportunity to present this idea to the right people for their professional opinion and advise. I do not have any resourses to take this any further on my own. If you can offer any direction or feedback, I would greatlly appreciate it.
Thank you for your time.
by Captain Hoff
Your idea may be fantastic, but the difficult part is getting through to the right people at the right time. I’m sure you realize that creating an amusement park from scratch requires an enormous amount of capital, time, preparation, experience and vision.
How many amusement parks are launched each year? Only a handful. And who are the decision makers? Most likely by the time you or I find out, the plans are already baked.
You may be better off writing a children’s book detailing the “imaginative” amusement park that you’ve envisioned and sharing it with kids all over the world.
If your book becomes a hit with kids, it may inspire someone involved in designing amusement parks to pick up on your ideas and possibly license your material.
Remember, most amusement parks today are built on top of licensed properties. Also, it doesn’t require any capital or business experience to write a great book detailing your vision. You can do this yourself, and if it’s good enough, it will get published.
I can’t wait to see your book. Promise me, if you write it, you’ll send me a copy! Who knows, you may be the next Disney!