Buying and Partnership Models in Adventure Parks – Ziplines

There are some alternative models to have an adventure park or adventure park products:

  1. Purchase
  2. Build-Operate (and Transfer)
  3. Investment and Business Partnership

Although the most preferred option is direct purchasing, other options can be evaluated according to the investment size and the expectations of the parties.

Build-Operate (and Transfer):

These are agreements made on business standards and intangible provisions to allocate the areas of some facilities to adventure park investors without any charge, with the aim of increasing and protecting brand value, increasing the number of potential customers and the satisfaction level of existing customers.

The principles for the transfer or removal of the facility at the end of the operating period are determined according to the duration of the agreements and the content of the investment to be made.

In the case of mobile (portable) products, the product can remain on the side of the investment and business owner at the end of the operating period. However, in non-portable fixed products, the transfer conditions should be determined at the end of the period.

Investment and Business Partnership:

It is a partnership agreement made by the investors with the manufacturer company, taking into account the investment size and operation convenience of the planned adventure area.

In this model, discounts are made over the determined direct sales price and the turnover-profit sharing principles in the operating period are determined. Although the model has some disadvantages and difficulties, it also has important advantages such as the investor having a professional partner in the operation, maintenance, and new product additions.