In a world completely saturated with information, we know the importance of keeping our online presence fresh and easily digestible for our audience. And so, during the quiet period over the Christmas break we took the opportunity to give our recently launched news channel a bit of a virtual makeover – with our new site now up and running.
Through our meetings and events, we’ve been helping ticketing businesses for many years. We thought we should share some of the key news we receive everyday – and a few months ago, hired a small team of expert writers to cover the sector.
We launched a trial site back in September – TickTechNews.com – and almost instantly realised that the channel would develop at great speed. So, we brought in the help of our favourite techy, Glen Wheeler, to revamp and open up the site to allow for our natural growth.
Previously we had not been able to find a single channel for the industry to read (or contribute to) the latest news in ticketing – we set out to change that. Although still in its infancy, the channel has attracted some 4,000+ readers and our following is steadily climbing.
Join us! If you have a great ticketing technology news feed, blog, podcast or video channel that you’d like us to include in TheTicketingBusiness News – or if you have any suggestions of new topics that you’d like us to report on – then please email us with your ideas!
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