TheTicketingBusiness Forum is excited to announce its partnership with TicketPlan for the 2019 Forum.

TicketPlan are offering Booking Refund Protection to all delegates at #TBF19, making your booking totally risk free should you have to cancel due to various (specified) reasons between 8th Feb (60 days out) and the Forum. This is a huge benefit to delegates as it protects against their inability to attend #TBF19 due to a whole range of unforeseen circumstances (please see TicketPlan terms and conditions for full details).

Graham Berg, Managing Director of TicketPlan said:

“We were delighted to be able to provide Booking Refund Protection to delegates at TBF 2019. Many of our existing clients will be attending (and also a number who are thinking of joining us) and we were pleased to have the opportunity to provide an extra level of protection to all attendees.”

The TicketPlan Refund Protection works in a way that if you discover that you are unable to attend the Forum as a result of a specified event (after the refund deadline date of February 8th 2019), you can apply for a refund via TicketPlan by visiting ticketplangroup.com/refund-application-form.

Not joining the Forum yet? Get in touch to book your pass for TBF19, April 9-10, Manchester, UK.

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Chloé Julien Founder & CEO, BandSquare, France

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