We asked Kate Mroczkowski for some of her stand our sessions she was looking forward to at #TPC2018
“2018 is already flying by which means it’s not long until TPC2018. I left last year’s conference with lots of ideas and some great inspiration from people outside the arts sector. It’s not often you get to hear from sports and attraction ticketing along with great arts ticketing professionals.
“For me, collaboration is really important in the current climate so I can’t wait to hear from Annabel Turpin and Gavin Barlow, joint chairs of Future Arts Centres which is a consortium of nine arts centres form across the UK. It will be great to hear how they’re sharing ideas, leanings and insights across the group, despite the huge geographical span of the arts centres.
“There are going to be some great speakers talking about technology and it’s uses this year, from AI to computer security to paperless ticketing. I’m always excited to see what the team at Activity Stream are working on and how they’re changing the face of customer engagement, so Martin Gammeltoft’s session on the hidden value of combining data sources looks to be a great session.
“Big on sales are always a challenge, and no matter how well we prepare, they can always be a little stressful. I’m looking forward to hearing from Caroline Aston from Chichester Festival Theatre and James Coleman from Supercool about how they prepare for large onsales. It will also be great to hear from Alice Newton (Spektrix) and Jayne Gross (See Tickets) on how organisations are putting the customer first and coming up with creative ways to handle demand.
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