Earlier in June 2017 Ticket Zone was awarded a grant by Exeter University to host a week long internship as part of the Pathways to Arts, Culture and Heritage programme.
Based on the growing number of students in the region showing an interest in the arts, culture and heritage sectors, Exeter University teamed up with the RAMM museum to offer 20 selected students to deliver a 4 day training course followed by a paid week long internship. The goal of this programme is to successfully bring together creative SMEs (Small or Medium sized Enterprise’s) such as Ticket Zone and talented Exeter University student interns.
Marking the recent launch of Ticket Zone’s business-to-business website our intern has been designated projects focused on creating influential content for our company blog introducing a number of our Clients and the services we provide. At the core of Ticket Zone marketing communications strategy is the collaborative involvement of our Clients in creating interesting content. In a series of yet to be published blog post will include the visit to a major London experiential exhibition; a behind the scenes look of a major London theatre as it prepares for a new West End production and finally, an interview with the lead singer and tour manager of a legendary rock group. All of which stack up for an interesting week ahead.
“I am pleased that our out-reach program with the regions Universities is building momentum. Especially as we continue grow as a business and we are continuously looking to the future to attract talented candidates interested in working and developing their career in the ticketing sector.” says Wayne Munday – Chief Operating Officer.