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4 Ways Technology Can Simplify Ticket Management

Python Events

Selling tickets for events used to be a very exhaustive business as it requires money, time, and manpower to produce desired results. Whether it’s a sporting event, a concert, or a business convention, disposing of tickets back then needed to be an “in-your-face” approach.

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Ticketing Software For Baseball

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Choosing the right ticketing software for baseball games is important no matter what level we’re talking about. Whether it’s college level, local competition or Major League Baseball (MLB), the sheer demand for baseball tickets means any ticketing system needs to be bulletproof. .

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White Label Event Ticketing: Boost Your Profit

Python Events

Purchasing white label event ticketing software is an attractive proposition for anyone looking to either increase their profits or start a new ticketing business without the huge investment of developing their own technology.

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MMA Ticketing Software And What To Look For

Python Events

Choosing any ticketing system is a challenge. You need to balance cost, functionality, support and user experience to make sure you maximise your sales. And it’s no different when choosing MMA ticketing software.

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A Practical Guide to Measuring Event Success

Can you measure event ROI? 3 in 5 marketers can't. Learn how with this free ROI model.

Rugby Ticketing Software

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According to World Rugby , 2017 was the year that saw the biggest increase in rugby participation worldwide, ever. They report that over 9.1 million people now play the sport at some level.

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Our Football Ticketing System: How It Works

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Football or soccer? Whatever you call it, there’s one thing that doesn’t change, and that’s the fans. You need a solid football ticketing system in place to ensure that everybody who wants a ticket can get one.

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The Benefits Of Using An Interactive Seat Map

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In the world of online ticket selling, there isn’t a more immersive buying experience than allowing your customers to choose their seats using an interactive seat map. It projects a high level of professionalism and allows people to purchase with confidence.

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Fall In Love With Our Sports Ticket Management Software

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Ok, so fall in love might be a little strong. But we can promise that when it comes to sports ticket management software as good as ours, there just aren’t many other fish in the sea.

An E-Ticketing Solution Made Easy

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Selling a large number of tickets online requires a robust e-ticketing solution. One that you can rely on when it really matters. Organising and running large scale events isn’t easy, some might even say it’s (just a little) stressful.

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Effortlessly Interact with an Entire Audience from Any Location

1,000 Participants. 75 Locations. 1 Solution.

A Full Event Ticketing System Comparison

Python Events

Let’s be honest. When it comes to choosing an event ticketing system it can quickly turn into a mind-boggling exercise. There are a number of different platforms out there that offer vastly different services at vastly different prices. You might not even be 100% sure of exactly what features you’ll need right now. That’s ok. By the time you have finished reading this article, you’ll have a much better idea of which direction to head in.

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Fostering a Winning Conference Culture

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I have been struck by the disparity in how an association’s organizational culture translates (or doesn’t translate) to the on-site implementation or planning of its live events. There are many associations that tout their open and supportive cultures.

5 Ways EventMobi’s Professional Services Help You Design and Execute the Best Event App

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Planning and managing an event is no easy task, even for the most veteran planner. The combination of a million small and large tasks (both predictable and unpredictable) all building up to a hard deadline would be chaotic for anyone.

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Any questions? Rethinking traditional Q&A

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How often have you heard “Any questions?” ” at the end of a conference session? Hands rise, and the presenter picks an audience member who asks a question. The presenter answers the question and picks another questioner. The process continues for a few minutes. Simple enough.

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72 Event Themes to Inspire Your Next Event

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Not feeling creative? Here’s a laundry list of event theme ideas to adopt or alter for your next event. The post 72 Event Themes to Inspire Your Next Event appeared first on Eventbrite US Blog. Event Planning & Promotion Corporate Event Ideas Event Inspiration

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Why Event Planners Fail at Networking

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Darrah Brustein is a Forbes writer and founder of Network Under 40, a series of networking events for professionals in Atlanta, Nashville, and Baltimore.

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If You Build It, Will Teams Come?

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This is the second installment of a two-part blog on team learning. In the first , we looked at why it’s a smart conference strategy. In this post, we’ll explore how to design, promote and execute it for your next conference.

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Leveraging Team Learning at Conferences

Velvet Chainsaw

Traditionally teams from organizations attend a conference with a divide-and-conquer game plan, as they split up and attend as many different sessions as they can.

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6 Tips for Increasing User Engagement on Your Event App

Eventmobi

The success of an event when it comes to attendee satisfaction is mostly based on people’s opinion of it. Hence, increasing user engagement on your event app is vitally important for the event to be truly successful. The event app industry is on the rise, both in terms of revenue and significance.

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20 Ways to Advertise Your Event to Attract More Attendees

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There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to event advertising. But there are essential channels and tactics that each event creator should experiment with. Here are five you should try. The post 20 Ways to Advertise Your Event to Attract More Attendees appeared first on Eventbrite US Blog.

What True Learning Is at Participant-Centered Conferences

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Putting the participant at the center of your conference programming by becoming more learner-centric, that is planning and offering education sessions that go beyond surface learning, is one of the biggest challenges facing conference organizers today.

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10 Clever Event Ideas College Students Will Love and Share

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If you’re in charge of campus programming, the pressure is on to create events college students will not just love but share on social media. Here are some innovative ideas. The post 10 Clever Event Ideas College Students Will Love and Share appeared first on Eventbrite US Blog.

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How to Start a Party Planning Business with Little to No Money

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You envision a Gatsby-worthy celebration, a bash guests will be talking (and Instagramming) about for weeks. There will be plenty of cocktails, mocktails, sequins, and glitter. But there’s one little problem. You don’t have the money to pull off the party you picture.

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5 Event Signage Ideas to Improve the Attendee Experience

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Event signage doesn’t have to be utilitarian to be helpful. Here’s five creative ideas to use signs to enhance the attendee experience. The post 5 Event Signage Ideas to Improve the Attendee Experience appeared first on Eventbrite US Blog. Event Planning & Promotion Event Planning Event Tips

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Has Your Leadership Evolved For The New Normal?

Velvet Chainsaw

Change is hard. Foresight—looking forward—is hard. Because we prefer certainty and concreteness to ambiguity and abstraction. Becoming a new normal leader requires shifting your perspective.

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What I remember from high school — and why

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High school feels like a dream. Fifty years later, few distinct memories remain. I’ve only stayed in touch with one friend from those days, so there’s almost no reinforcement from reviewing and remembering the past. And yet there are some experiences that still retain power.

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21 Survey Questions To Ask After Your Event

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You’ve just wrapped a major event. You’re exhausted, you’re happy — and you’re curious. What did your attendees think about your event? How about sponsors? Are they likely to support your event next year?

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Two free easy ways to create graphics for blog posts and presentations

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Here are what I think are the two best free easy ways to create graphics for blog posts and presentations if you’re not a graphics wonk. Note: I am not a graphics wonk.) I’ve written over five hundred posts on this blog over the last ten years.

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Free-Agent, Lisa Block, Joins Velvet Chainsaw

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While many have been focused this winter on who is going to land free agents like Bryce Harper or Manny Machado, Lisa Block inked a deal to join the Velvet Chainsaw Consulting team!

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How to Write The Perfect Event Invitation Email

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In 2018, 281 billion emails were sent and received. That causes a problem for event creators trying to compete for attention in event-goers’ cluttered inboxes. There are many email marketing strategies you can use to stand out in event-goers’ inboxes, but the most important is your email copy.

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The Physics Of Conference Entropy

Velvet Chainsaw

In physics, the second law of thermodynamics says all things—bodies, businesses, conferences, energy, organizations, relationships—move toward chaos and disorder. This is also known as the state of maximum entropy. In one sense, entropy is a measure of uncertainty or randomness.

5 Non-Work Events That Event Managers Get Stuck Planning

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Event planning never seems to go away — even on your days off. You might shut off your work email, but somehow you always get roped into planning in your free time. The school bake sale, your friend’s baby shower, or the community walk-a-thon — you name it, you’ve (begrudgingly) planned it.

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Looking into the Future of Event Tech

Velvet Chainsaw

Your guidepost for event-technology decisions should be to put your customer’s experience before your staff efficiency. As the event-tech space continues to evolve with a number of mergers and acquisitions, I see four changes coming for larger annual conferences. #1.

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Ridesharing Trends & Statistics: Why Millennials Love Lyft for Events

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Every generation had its signature mode of transportation. In the ’70s, hitchhiking symbolized freedom. The ’80s heralded conspicuous status in the form of Porsches and Beamers. And in the early aughts, the first wave of hybrid vehicles arrived, as the focus shifted to environmental awareness.

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Conference Reform Requires Cultivating Leaders With Moral Purpose To Make A Difference

Velvet Chainsaw

Many conferences are stuck in the rut of legacy routines, age-old rituals and cloned programming. Conference organizers and its advisors replicate the past maintaining the traditions and well-established procedures of yesteryear.

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We Prefer Stories To Stats—The Dark Side of Stories

Velvet Chainsaw

We love stories. They connect on a personal and emotional level. We trust them more than statistical evidence. Unfortunately, we tend to overgeneralize from others’ stories, from anecdotal information and from small sampling sizes.

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Event design changes society

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Event design may be more important than you think. I’m going to argue that event design changes society. And I’ve got legendary communications theorist Marshall McLuhan and computer scientist Alan Kay on my side!

How to Host an Event That Bridges the Political Divide

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It’s one thing to disagree with someone about their political beliefs over the internet. It’s another to have that conversation in person — especially in today’s polarized political climate.

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Squaring the circle: creating room sets for connection

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Meeting planners typically default to squaring the circle when specifying room sets. They persist in seating attendees in long straight lines whenever possible, ignoring the benefits of curved and circular seating at their events. See Paul Radde’s Seating Matters: State of the Art Seating Arrangements for more information.) The architecture of assembly where curved theatre seating dominates, teaches us otherwise.

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