May 29, 2019
Every veteran event organizer knows that to get even more revenue out of your event, sometimes you need to think beyond just ticket sales. What else could you offer to boost your revenue while adding to your attendees’ overall event experience? Read on for our event experts’ list of five ancillary revenue sources to help grow your bottom line.
Thursday, May 9th, 2019
Get ready, Franklin! It’s almost time for another unforgettable year at the Franklin Rodeo, one of the longest running family events in Middle Tennessee, and one of the largest rodeos east of the Mississippi! Started in 1949 by the Franklin Noon Rotary Club as a fundraiser, this rodeo continues to bring over 18,000 excited fans together year after year.(more…)
Wednesday, May 8th, 2019
Today we meet with Adry Cantu, one of our Client Success Managers. Our Client Success team assists our partners throughout their entire event life cycle, acting as their direct line of contact with any questions or needs they may have. Since joining our team, Adry has been an invaluable asset in assisting our partners with their event operations, recommending industry best practices, and even translating our entire website into Spanish!
Monday, May 6th, 2019
Convention organizers spend a lot of time planning and scheduling special guests, vendors, and engagement activities to ensure their convention exceeds their fans’ expectations. But with new conventions popping up all the time, what more can organizers do to stand out from their competitors and ensure memorable experiences for their attendees?
Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
The details of planning and managing an event will vary from business to business, but there are certain steps that should always be taken in order to ensure a successful indoor experience for your attendees, stakeholders, and staff. One of the most important decisions you’ll need to make is the venue at which you’ll be hosting your event. While an indoor venue protects you from most weather-related concerns, there are still plenty of other factors to consider when making your choice.
Friday, April 26th, 2019
During Burning Man’s high-demand Main Sale on Wednesday, April 10th, we experienced some system issues, frustrating people trying to purchase tickets. This is not consistent with how we conduct business, nor was it consistent with how our first several 2019 Burning Man on-sales performed. I want to acknowledge the disappointment, anger, and frustration experienced as a result and apologize for it.(more…)
Thursday, April 25th, 2019
Did you know you can use our Segments tool to discover your most loyal attendees?
Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019
Spring is here, cherry blossoms are in bloom, and there’s no better place to celebrate the season than at Brooklyn Botanic Garden, a stunning 52-acre garden in the heart of Brooklyn. To honor traditional and contemporary Japanese culture, Brooklyn Botanic Garden is hosting Sakura Matsuri, their annual cherry blossom festival, April 27–28. As one of the top Brooklyn attractions, this has become a beloved tradition of NYC, bringing in thousands of attendees every year!(more…)
Thursday, April 18th, 2019
Your museum regularly welcomes thousands of enthusiastic guests into its halls, eager to explore ancient artifacts, marvel at historic works of art, or even study the wonders of the natural world. With everything from membership management to rotating exhibits to occupy your time, your museum’s ticketing partner is not a decision to be made lightly!
Thursday, April 11th, 2019
Today we sat down with Allison Cosby, a key member of our Product Management team. Product Managers are an essential part of any company, as they act as the direct line of communication between internal teams, stakeholders, and partners, ensuring everything is cohesively aligned and running smoothly. Allison joined our team with the overall goal of revitalizing communication throughout departments to ensure a seamless process.