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06-Dec2017

Wonderla aiming to increase non-ticketing revenues to 40% in 3-4 years: Report

Wonderla Holidays is reportedly aiming to increase the share of non-ticketing revenues to 40% from the current 26.9% in the next three-four years. The company is aiming to increase revenues by introducing newer digital technology facilities like e-wallets, which have helped it register higher revenues from the non-ticketing segment apart from introducing newer range of merchandises and increasing its food and beverage offerings.

Wonderla Holidays is one of the largest operators of amusement parks in India.



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