The Fan, The Venue and The Technology…

PTI Managing Director, Mike Bohndiek will join the Forum next month to discuss all things digital ticketing and how it is playing an increasingly central role in fan engagement and a key part of enhancing the entire event experience. The question is, what should promoters, teams and venues embarking on the digital journey be considering?

Mike will sharing his insights as the founder of a specialist sports technology consultancy, divulging knowledge on the implications for venue operations. His session will cover the potential implications that could come with going digital, ranging from the impact on the turnstile stewards to changes to your Safety Advisory Group.

Ultimately, how does digital ticketing assist you in your data strategy and what does your technology stack need to have to accommodate it? Find out at TheTicketingBusiness Forum…


Want to come along next month (April 9-10)? Let us know and we’ll get you registered.

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Rick Jurkiewicz Head of Ticketing, The Rugby Football League, UK

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Kelsey McGrath Operations Manager, PixelPin

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Niels Henrik Sodemann Managing Partner/CEO, Queue-it, Denmark