Sport Partner reports that Snowworld, the company behind two indoor skiing centers in Zoetermeer and Landgraaf, at the south-eastern tip of the Netherlands, is preparing for a stock market flotation to raise €7.5 million for further expansion. All going well, Snowworld should be listed on Euronext in Amsterdam by the start of December. The proceeds could be used to open more indoor skiing resorts in Paris and Barcelona. Established in 1996 by Koos Hendriks, the company reported sales of more than €25 million and Ebitda of €8.5 million. Both existing ski domes have fitness centers, and the indoor park in Landgraaf also features what Snowworld describes as Europe's largest outdoor park, with an alpine coaster and an adventure trail.