Our team is thrilled about the multitude of positive changes we've experienced this year including; investing in advanced features, adding more and more customers and expanding into a variety of family entertainment centers (FEC). While our name is well-known as the first to develop software serving the FEC market, we are excited to reintroduce Clubspeed to you, how the company has evolved and what's in store to help our customers grow their business now and in the future.
People visit your trampoline park for various reasons: kids to burn off some energy and have fun with their friends; adults as a unique approach to shed some calories; families as a way to spend quality time together. Whatever the reason may be, gamifying trampoline jumping is a way to appeal to customers’ competitive sides and encourage them to return time and time again.
Gamification is defined as “the process of turning an activity or task into a game or something resembling a game.” Discover how trampoline gamification adds more fun for your customers and improves business.
Trampoline jumping might seem like harmless entertainment, but it in fact presents various safety hazards, including falls and collisions. Such incidents can result in injury for jumpers and stressful dealings for you.
As long as everyone follows standard safety rules like the below, your trampoline park can remain a place for carefree fun.
In our last post, we discussed how leveraging cloud-based software to manage your trampoline park is beneficial in making day-to-day operations more efficient, keeping information for all your locations in one place, and protecting sensitive business and customer data. So why choose Club Speed venue management software for your trampoline park business?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an extensive law that went into effect in the European Union as of May 25, 2018. It is a replacement for the Data Protection Directive which set minimum standards for data processing, with updated and additional laws surrounding the protection of consumers’ personal data. Taking a “consumer-first” approach, the new laws give individuals more rights and control over their own data. It impacts any business, whether a part of the EU or not, that handles EU citizens’ personal information. At a high level, the laws require businesses to be transparent about what data they are collecting from their customers and how they plan to use it, as well as ensuring accuracy of this information moving forward.