It was great to see the first programme for the upcoming Ticketing Professionals Conference released last week.

Both Roger and I have been actively involved in organising the conference, to kick start learning in our profession, there is a real lack of formal training and development, something Ticketing Professionals are fully behind.

You can read the full programme here  but some key sessions that are eye are :


Benn Rapp, CEO Managed Networks

Today’s ticketing and CRM system contain a wealth of information for venues, but what of the criminals who would love to have that information or disrupt your business operations?

Andrew Collier, Creative Director Minor EntertainmentAJNC colour mugshot

To anyone with children aged 8 or under, the brand of “In the night garden” will be recognisable. Its live show has been a fantastic success in both overall ticket sales but also innovation.
Creative Director for Minor Entertainment Andrew Collier will present how against all the rules of ticket marketing, they have spent money when not even on sale, to show how this has direct effects on conversion rates later in the sales cycle.

Nadine Ishani, Digital Project Manager, TinCan200Nadine

‘How to get the best out of your ticket vendor and web agency …Do I need to bash heads together?’ is the question this session will explore.

As well as there being several key touch points (literally on screen but also in any project – e.g. in the schedule etc) there’s a host of ‘unknowns’ for venues/ clients when it comes to understanding not just how a ticketing system and website work together……





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