In a world where digital ticketing technologies are accelerating at such a pace, it’s great to embrace the convenience of mobile tickets and cashless payments – BUT it’s also refreshing to be pulled back to basics from time to time and receive a real-life, physical ticket.
Today, our CFO Josephina, was delighted to be cordially invited to a very royal 3rd birthday party – by a true princess – and the TTF team were very impressed with her execution. Enciting squeals of excitement and stares of amazement, the scroll-style inviations were grandly presented to each guest this afternoon requesting their presence at the event.
Beautifully presented with a flower, gem and handwritten name tag, the idea drummed up a feeling that could be completely lost on future generations – the thrill of real tickets finally being in your hands.
The experience will never be completely lost when the likes of industry leaders, Ticketmaster, are championing products such as their Collector Ticket – which was proclaimed Product Innovation of the Year at Ticketing Technology Awards 2016, but we hope that ticketing leaders will never lose sight of how much joy can come from a little product and packaging.
What are people saying?
The best networking place I've been to. I was able to get very high level leads and meet relevant partners. You did a great great job to gather such high level and exhaustive people!
Chloé Julien Founder & CEO, BandSquare, France
CIOs, CTO,s Chief Execs... all those people turn up at this event. it’s a fantastic opportunity to engage with them
Rick Jurkiewicz Head of Ticketing, The Rugby Football League, UK
This is the focal point of the ticketing industry in Europe, where the decision-makers meet and exchange ideas
Niels Henrik Sodemann Managing Partner/CEO, Queue-it, Denmark
At the Forum we made concrete progress with regards to selecting a new ticketing provider. I would be happy to recommend the Forum to other venues in the future.
Martin O'Donoghue Business Development Manager, Cork Opera House, Ireland
If you’re curious about the future, if you want to see how things are developing, if you wanna get to know your peers... you need to be at the Forum.
James Charrington CEO, Dewynters, UK
For me the most important thing was to meet with all the different companies in ticketing and I’ve managed that, and I left with many business cards!