The Ticketing Professionals’ Conference is focused on education and professional development in the industry. In addition to the learning sessions, there are exhibition and sponsorship opportunities for suppliers to the industry.
These packages are aimed to deliver value for money and exposure for our commercial partners, whose continued support is re-invested in ensuring TPC is accesible to as many venues and delegates as possible.
TPC2018 has a range of sponsorship opportunities available. Our headline sponsors enjoy the greatest exposure and benefits such as website exposure and keynote naming rights.
The 2018 Exhibition builds on 2016 and 2017, with improved networking areas and greater choice of stand locations and structures. Prefer shell scheme or perhaps your own build – that’s no problem.
Many suppliers want to exhibit at TPC, but on a smaller scale. Our mini exhibition stands are ideal. Located this year in Hall 10 of the ICC they are brought in to the heart of TPC
A fantastic conference for meeting with Industry peers and being educated on the latest market trends.
We successfully launched Yesplan ,our cloud based venue management software, at TPC 2017. I strongly recommend TPC to all software providers in the cultural industry.
The Ticketing Professionals Conference gave us the change to engage with our clients and the wider sector on current issues. It’s a great place to exchange ideas and find out where ticketing is going next.
For networking opportunities I feel that we have at last found a European Conference to match Intix.
Key Timings for exhibitors and sponsorsGet in, networking times, get out times
Whether you are just dropping off equipment or branding your stands, get set up the day before by arriving at the ICC early on Wednesday evening.
Positioned at the heart of TPC – Halls 9 & 10 are the main gathering and meeting place at the conference. All food and beverages are served within these halls.
Halls 9 & 10 form the core of the TPC space. All food and refreshments are served within the halls.
At the conclusion of the final refreshment break, exhibitors can start their breakdown.