We are pleased to welcome back Francis Casado, Co-founder and Head of International Business Development at 3D Digital Venue as one of our guest speakers at The TicketingBusiness Forum next month.

Prior to founding 3D Digital Venue, that revolutionized Interactive Digital Venue Management for Sports and Entertainment Venue Industry, Francis made his career around the beneficial application of 3D Technology and Virtual Reality for various sectors. Serial entrepreneur, with strong expertise on mobile monetization, VR, AR, Social Media and Sports Fan Engagement platforms.

At #TBF22 Francis, will present how 3D Digital contributed with their virtual tours for sales experience centers. With the inclusion of case studies about 3D virtual tools for some EU and US clients and how these tools worked to deliver more sales digitally even when the venues were not yet built or the areas sold were planned to be refurbished.

Want to come along next month (July 7-8)? Let us know and we’ll get you registered.

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