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APAC Membership talk and networking (Virtual)

Event Type: Connections
Venue: Online
Member Price: $0 | Nonmember Price: $0

9 a.m. HKT

Join members of the IAAPA APAC Membership Committee to uncover the full value of your IAAPA membership. 

Whether you are new to IAAPA, or you’ve been part of the community for years, it’s never been more important to stay connected to resources and industry peers around the globe. 

During this orientation, you will learn more about making the most of your IAAPA member benefits, meet IAAPA team members, and have an opportunity to network with current IAAPA members.

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Victor Danau

Victor Danau, ICAE

Director, Asia Pacific Development and Operations, Ripley’s Entertainment Inc.

IAAPA APAC Membership Subcommittee Chair

Victor Danau is a theme park and finance nerd. He was saved from a dull life on Wall St by the business of fun.  

As the Director of Operations & Development for the Asia Pacific region at Ripley Entertainment, Victor supports local franchisees and company owned locations across the region and works on developing new partnerships for Ripley’s collection of family entertainment brands. Ripley Entertainment owns or franchises more than 100 attractions across 11 countries and is the leader in Unbelievable Family Entertainment. 

Previously, Victor served as COO for N Kid Corp which owns and operates more than 25 family entertainment centers and attractions throughout Vietnam under the tiNiworld brand, leading multiple teams including marketing, operations, maintenance, and creative design.  

Prior to joining N Kid in 2015, Victor served as the Director of Education Programs & Services for the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) where he helped lead the organization’s training and development programs across the globe. Before joining the IAAPA team in 2013, Victor served as the Admissions & Guest Relations Manager for Six Flags America in Largo, MD. Having started as an intern at the park in 2008, Victor took on multiple roles within the operations team including Senior Supervisor, Training & Scheduling Supervisor, and Area Supervisor. 

In addition, Victor chairs the IAAPA Asia Membership Subcommittee and serves on the Global Membership and Young Professional Committees. He has developed and presented safety, guest service, and finance courses for various industry forums including IAAPA, AIMS Safety Seminar, and International Ride Training’s iROC school.  

Victor earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from the George Washington University School of Business and completed his MBA from the University of Maryland Robert H. Smith School of Business.