TheTicketingBusiness Forum 2019 is delighted to welcome back Andreas Kienbink, CEO & Co-Founder of keyper, to discuss new methods of fans optimising the use of their tickets.

Sports attendance figures have been showing declines in key markets – from Premier League through to NFL. How do sports organisations and stadium operators buck the trend and ensure that a declared sellout is the same as a full stadium?

Andreas Kienbink is the Co-Founder and CEO of Keyper, a SaaS company providing white labeled technology for the easy and secure sharing of digital tickets by integrating existing ticketing solutions with mobile user platforms and he will be participating in a discussion in April at #TBF19 surrounding showcasing new tricks, tools and techniques to encourage fans to use their tickets – and if not, then pass them around to grow our attendance (and data).

Prior to Keyper, Andreas co-founded Media Apparat, an award-winning media agency producing the start-up conference Pioneers Festival in Vienna, Austria. He was also Developer, Mastermind and CEO of JetTicket Software (acquired by Eventim in 2016).

Meet Andreas alongside 400+ more experts. Austria based keyper will be at the Forum in April (9-10), Manchester, will you? It’s not too late to join us, let us know if you’re coming along.

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