Tag: box office management

June Software Updates - Fun In The Sun!

Summer is here! As the fun in the sun begins we’re excited to announce the following software updates. June 27th, 2013 7:00 p.m. Event Specific Products Sell “drink tickets” to the children’s matinée? Now, that would send the wrong message! Our Product Module’s newest feature allows you to create products and make those available only…
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music festival ticketing

Is There Really A Music Festival Bubble?

In the financial world, a “bubble” refers to a market or industry that is at its peak and about to decline. The Pacific Standard speculates that there is a bubble in the music festival industry. If that’s true, can you see it ahead of time inside your festival ticketing software? The Music Festival Bubble A “bubble”…
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Sell more tickets to an event

Sell More Tickets To An Event - Tastemaker As Service

Venues owners are well aware of how sales agents use their social influence to help sell more tickets to an event. But now there are websites offering social influence as a subscription service. Here’s a quick look at this new trend as it relates to event awareness and your ticket sales. Sōsh As defined by…
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How to Use Ticket Presales

Sell More, Sooner - How to Use Ticket Presales

Last week, consumer advocate Nedra Rhone published some tips to help consumers get tickets to popular events. Rhone’s list of tips are insider tactics used by the ticketing industry that she encourages the public to try for themselves  Of particular vote to venue owners is the emphasis on how to use presales. Since Rhone is known…
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theater ticketing software

Theater Ticket Sales Amongst Turmoil

This edition of Green Means Go looks at the sometimes tumultuous day-to-day operations at performing arts theaters. The common thread that runs through these examples of transitional triumvirates and reversals of fortune is a focus on theater ticket sales. Leaderless Labyrinth The Labyrinth Theater Company in New York made a name for itself by delivering ground-breaking, ensemble-driven…
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fiscall cliff and nonprofit theaters

The Fiscal Cliff and Nonprofit Theaters

In the famous final scene of the 1991 film ‘Thelma & Louise’ the heroines are confronted with a do or die decision. The scene may be an apt analogy for the so-called fiscal cliff and nonprofit theaters. Year-end is normally a time of great generosity for charities and nonprofits, but will economic uncertainty put a damper on…
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Non-profit theater performances

Nonprofit Theaters - Any port in a storm will do

For ships at sea, a bad storm can be very dangerous. It is at such times they have to find shelter in any port, even one that they would not normally have entered. For nonprofit theaters, the Scottish proverb “Any port in a storm will do” aptly describes the search for an affordable venue. This edition of ‘Green…
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Cancelled Tickets

How to Prevent Patrons from Using Cancelled Tickets

The story may be a familiar one – a last-minute change to a ticket purchase at the box office. The issue isn’t an error or fraud, merely that the ticket buyer would like to attend a different performance. Of course, your goal is a sale, so you are willing to make the change, it is just a…
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Small World Music

Spotlight - The Small World Music Festival

This week Toronto Canada is home to Small World Music Festival’s 11th Annual Fall Festival. The event, taking place over 11 nights, will feature more than 30 artists performing music from 10 countries – a textbook definition of cultural diversity if there ever was one. Rich cultural diversity is the centerpiece of Small World Music’s…
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