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Ticket Zone Provide Ticketing Services for HMS Collingwood Annual Event Posted by NOEA | April 2018
For the second year, Ticket Zone has been exclusively selected as the online ticketing agent for the HMS Collingwood annual open day event, which will take place on Saturday 2nd June 2018.
Ticket Zone has responsibility for supplying all online tickets for the event via the white label ticketing site www.ticketzone.co.uk/hmscollingwoodtickets
Group Tickets to the Devon County Show Now Available! Posted by Grow Exeter | March 9th, 2018 | Events, Exeter Business News
Group ticket organisers across the region are being encouraged to book tickets for one of the South West’s most iconic events, showcasing the very best of farming, food and rural life. Groups that wish to visit together – which could include clubs, colleagues, groups of friends, societies, WIs and charitable organisations – can now take advantage of a range of discounts and benefits for bookings of 10 or more people. The Devon County Show (Thursday 17th, Friday 18th & Saturday 19th May) appeals to people of all ages and interests who enjoy getting up close to top quality livestock, tasting exceptional food and drink and experiencing rural living at its most vibrant.
Devon County Show partners with Ticket Zone In StandOut Magazine Online by Lauren Barnett - 8th March 2018
Ticket Zone, the Devon-based event ticketing company, has been exclusively selected by the Devon County Show to supply group tickets to the agricultural event. It is the first time the agricultural show, which attracts around 90,000 visitors, has outsourced group tickets to an outside agency.
Is Ticketing Close to Paperless? The International Ticketing Association 1st March 2018
Three ticketing vendors offer their views on the technology's transition to a paperless format, with Ticket Zone's Wayne Munday doubting a complete switchover will come about. "It's not a matter of whether the paper ticket will disappear, but rather if the ticketing industry is ready, or fully appreciates the potential disruption to the current business model,"
What is the Future of the Event Trade Stand Application Form? In Eventowl 6th February 2018
“The paper ticket is not dead. Long live the paper ticket!” claims Ticket Zone COO Wayne Munday in an article by Access All Areas. Yet this was challenged by Tore Totland, chairman of the Norwegian ticketing company TicketCo, who advised “As far as TicketCo sees it, it is not only the paper ticket which is dead. We consider ticketing as we know it as dead, and quite frankly we are surprised that Ticket Zone, Skiddle and Eventbrite sees it otherwise.”
Keeping Pace with Demand Christopher Barrett reports in Audience Magazine - January 2018 Edition
Intense competition and rapidly advancing technology have seen the ticketing business become one of the most dynamic and sometimes controversial sectors of the live music industry, and without the services it provides, much of the live sector would grind to a halt.
[Témoignages] La billetterie peut-elle entièrement se dématérialiser ? Translation - [Evidence] Can the ticket office completely dematerialize?
La billetterie va-t-elle totalement se dématérialiser, avec des billets uniquement numériques ? C’est la question qu’a posé le magazine Access All Areas à trois fournisseurs de solutions billetteries britanniques.
Will the ticket office totally dematerialize, with only digital tickets? This is the question posed by Access All Areas magazine to three suppliers of UK ticketing solutions.
Skiddle founder believes paperless industry is ‘close’ Posted by TheTicketingBusiness 5th January 2018
The ticketing industry is “close” to moving completely paperless, according to Skiddle co-director and founder, Ben Sebborn.Sebborn told the Access All Areas website that the industry is ready for the move, although in the same report, Ticket Zone’s chief operating officer, Wayne Munday, claimed that ticketing will never go completely paperless. Eventbrite UK and Ireland general manager Joel Crouch, who was also quoted in the article, said that the speed of adoption of paperless ticketing will ultimately depend on the consumer.
Ticketing is dead Access All Areas 8th January 2018 by Murielle Gonzalez (Online Content Editor)
Tore Totland, chairman of the Norwegian ticketing company TicketCo, reacts on our feature on the paperless ticketing and comments on the of this sector. “The paper ticket is not dead. Long live the paper ticket!,” claims Ticket Zone COO Wayne Munday in an article at Access All Area. As a newcomer in the UK ticketing market, we couldn’t disagree more.
Is ticketing close to paperless? Access All Areas - 3rd January 2018
Three ticketing suppliers to tackle the elephant in the room – is the future completely paperless? Wayne Munday, COO of Ticket Zone, Ben Sebborn, co-director and founder of Skiddle, and Joel Crouch, general manager of Eventbrite UK and Ireland have their say.
Ticket Zone to provide services for new Dancing on Ice Live Tour Stand Out Magazine December 2017 by Lauren Barnett Editorial Assistant
Following the news that Dancing on Ice is set to return, Ticket Zone has announced that they will be providing full trade desk service and online ticket sales for the new Dancing on Ice 2018 Live Tour.
Walking with Dinosaurs chooses Ticket Zone Access all Areas 8th December 2017 Latest News by Murielle Gonzalez
Ticket Zone has joined forces with the Walking with Dinosaurs live tour 2018 to provide dedicated trade desk services for the live tour. The service includes multi-channel, web and phone sales, contact centre sales and customer service and an event branded website/page on the Ticket Zone website.
Ticket Zone celebrates continued partnership with Feld Entertainment as new Disney On Ice tour is announced In Coach Tours UK
The announcement coincides with the launch of the new Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment tour for Spring 2018. Customers will be able to book for non-stop fun with four of their favourite Disney stories: Frozen, The Little Mermaid, Disney/Pixar’s Cars and Toy Story.
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 Live Tour tickets: How to get tickets? What are the tour dates? Who are the celebrity dancers and judges? When does the Strictly Live Tour start? Where will the tour be travelling to? And which stars from the show will be performing?
You’ve seen the monster hit BBC dance show on television – now get ready to see Strictly Come Dancing in the flesh! The Strictly Live Tour 2017 starts in January and features 30 live shows in nine major UK cities – and you can find out everything you need to know about it right here. The Strictly Come Dancing Live UK Tour is waltzing back on the road in January 2018 for 30 supersized spectacular arena shows across the country.
UK Venues for Contemporary Live Music A Live UK Report 2017 (Part 2) Ticket Zone advert on Page 75
UK Best Venues for Contemporary Live Music - Part 2 Open-air venues, stadiums, arenas, campus venues, arts centres, clubs, pubs & bars. The annual 88-page round-up of the most proactive venue managers and operators working predominantly with contemporary live music, featuring interviews with and profiles of key figures...
Live UK - October 2017 Edition Sector Focus - Winning Tickets
Not only are they usually the first point of contact for a music fan attending a concert or festival, but they collect almost all of the money that fuels the rest of the live music industry. It’s not therefore surprising that competition in the sector is fierce and adoption of technology is like an arms race. Christopher Barrett reports...
IQ Magazine The International Ticketing Yearbook 2017
The third edition of the International Ticketing Yearbook, IQ’s essential annual guide to the global live entertainment ticketing business. Building on the success of the first two editions, ITY 2017 will once again feature in-depth profiles of more than 40 markets worldwide – outlining the value of the of the market, genres and splits, distribution of sales, taxes and charges, cultural analysis and more – alongside dedicated break-out features on standalone sectors of the global industry, including white-label services and new ticketing technology.
Achieve Expo launches in Bath Posted in Exhibition News UK on September 11th 2017
Ticketing provider Ticket Zone has been selected as the ticketing back office and contact centre for the event. Achieve Expo is a health, wealth and happiness exhibition to take place on 14-15 October in Bath. The event is being championed and organised by TV personality Martin Roberts. Wayne Munday, chief operating officer at Ticket Zone, commented: “This is a really exciting event and we are very proud to have been selected to provide the ticketing services for the Achieve Expo. This is a high-profile expo and the first of its kind – we hope it is a huge success and becomes an annual fixture.”
Ticket Zone joins Fan Fair Alliance in fight against touts. Posted by TheTicketingBusiness 16th June 2017
Ticketing platform Ticket Zone has linked up with FanFair Alliance, the anti-touting campaign group, to rally against ticketing industrial-scale online scalping.The company has signed FanFair’s declaration against online ticket fraud, in which the campaign takes action to put face-value tickets in the hands of true fans. “This is a really important issue. With over 35 years in the industry we have seen industrial-scale touting rise over the past few years,” said Wayne Munday, chief operating officer for Ticket Zone.
Ticket Zone joins FanFair Alliance Posted by Access All Areas on June 15th 2017
Ticketing service provider, Ticket Zone, has joined FanFair Alliance, the campaign against industrial-scale online ticket touting. Ticket Zone has signed FanFair’s declaration against online ticket touts. The campaign take action to ensure face value tickets reach fans and outlines measures to disrupt the practices of online ticket touting. “This is a really important issue, with over 35 years in the industry we have seen industrial-scale touting rise over the past few years,” said Wayne Munday, chief operating officer for Ticket Zone.
Live UK Ticket to the Future - Annual Sector Focus October 2016
The pace of change in ticketing is remarkable and makes it arguably the most dynamic sector in live entertainment. But it is also fragmenting, with a host of newcomers offering variations on a theme, but some pushing boundaries with innovative concepts. Mike Gartside reports
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