We can now announce the outline speaker order for Ticketing Professionals Express on 12th July in Edinburgh.
The theme of the day is “Revenues – Making more and Spending Less”, so we have assembled speakers from suppliers and venues with great case studies or stories to tell on how venues continue to develop new income streams, whilst controlling, or reducing their expenditure.
Don’t worry through, these won’t be sales pitches from suppliers, they are providing their time and experience to share their knowledge, from around and beyond the arts industry.
If you have not yet registered, a few places remain. It’s free to attend, but we’d love to know you’re coming.
Kevin Giglinto, Tessitura Network
Packaging and Bundling from Around the World
Kevin will explore venues and organisations from around the World that are being innovative with bundling and packages to maximise revenues.
Martin Austin, Nimbus Disability
Accessibility for All
Is your venue accessible? How can disabled people gain access, not only physically but to ticketing too? Martin will talk through the Access Card as well as highlighting the spending power of the Purple Pound.
Eddie Robb, Make it Social
Re-imagining Group Bookings
Social has changed many things in our social and professional lives. What about group booking? Should we be moving away from the clipboard and biscuit tin of cheques and embracing social as a platform to allow groups to self-organise?
Tony Davey, Red61
Integrating Systems Case Study
Following on from his closing keynote at Ticketing Professionals 2016 – Tony will give us a whistle stop tour “under the hood” of how the Fringe Festival streamlines event and ticketing data.
Rachel Naylor, York Theatre Royal
Integrating Systems Case Study
In our second case study, Rachel will share how with the use of a system combining Ticketing, CRM and EPOS (Electronic Point of Sale) – they have reduced costs and increased data capture
Rachael Easton, Baker Richards
Dynamic Pricing – Dispelling Myths
We’ve all heard the headlines, but do we have a full appreciation of the facts? Rachael Easton will run us through some success stories, dispelling some myths along the way.
Ben Park, Spektrix (Chair) / James Bush, Soho Theatre / Rachel Miller, Quay Tickets / Tony Davey, Red61
Building your own Ticketing Agency – Presentations & Discussionsodels. Ben will then chair an informal discussion of the potential benefits and drawbacks.
Immediately following the sessions, there will be an informal drinks reception for an hour, generously provided by our sponsors Red61. Those not attending the opening events of the AMA conference are welcome to join a group who will carry on the discussion at some of Edinburgh’s bars.
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|14:05||Bundling and Packaging||Kevin Giglinto|
|14:35||Accessibility for All||Martin Austin|
|15:05||Re-imagining Group Bookings||Eddie Robb|
|15:35||Joining Up Systems||Tony Davey|
|15:50||Case Study of Joining Up||Rachel Naylor|
|16:00||Dynamic Pricing||Rachel Easton|
|16:30||Building your own Agency||James Bush , Rachel Miller, Ben Park|
Please note timing and speakers may be subject to late change.