Throughout her career, Yael’s experience includes projects around the globe such as attraction, museum and themed entertainment resort feasibility, due diligence for sales and acquisitions, economic impact, improvement and development strategy, sports and entertainment venue appraisals, mixed-use development strategy, operator and investor solicitation and several expert witness appearances. Yael has worked with many of the major players in worldwide attractions operations including Six Flags, Fox Studios, SeaWorld, Universal, Parques Reunidos, Disney, and Warner Bros, as well as investment groups, developers and public sector organizations. Yael has worked on a variety of types of projects over the years ranging from major IP branded theme park destination resorts and mixed use master plans to smaller niche projects. Given her broad international experience, she brings global perspective to every project.
She is currently President of the TEA board for the EME region.
About the company:
LDP is a specialist boutique consulting practice focused on the economics of visitor attractions and leisure real estate. The company’s four partners, Yael Coifman, Michael Collins, James Kennard and Natalia Bakhlina have more than 60 years combined experience with an unrivalled depth of global expertise.
LDP works with developers, owners and operators of theme and amusement parks, waterparks, educational, cultural and commercial attractions, venues for events, conferencing and sports, resorts, entertainment attractions and mixed use and retail developments anchored by leisure.
Assignment types can range from testing the market and feasibility for new projects to an assessment of existing attractions to improve performance, or for due diligence or valuation purposes.
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