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TriTix Forum

Annual gathering of Tri-State area ticket professionals
  • September 19th, 2019
  • New York, NY
  • Sponsoring the Morning Break
  • Panel Title:
    The Kids Are Alright (Next Generation Audiences)
  • Panel Description:
    Meet some of the organizers from companies working hard to get the next generation of audiences engaged and excited in live entertainment and sports. This panel will discuss ways that they are getting kids hooked on being audiences and what we can look forward to in the future
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Intix

The most important annual industry event for ticketing professionals
  • January 22nd, 2020
  • New York, NY
  • Panel Title:
    Let's Talk About YOUR Secondary Market – Friend, Foe or Don't Know?
  • Panel Description:

    Each year, rights-holders must determine the value and importance they place on the secondary market. Implement a new strategy or continue with the current process? Either way, many questions arise that affect long-term viability and the bottom line of the business.

    How many of my tickets are on the secondary? Who can I trust to control it? How much more revenue can I drive per seat? Can I get more data on fans? How can I improve my current secondary market strategy?

    During this interactive discussion, get the facts from industry leaders and hear first-hand how they've overcome this crucial decision. During this Q&A roundtable, attendees can submit discussion topics and real-world examples beforehand or live on social media. Our panel of experts will offer advice on the spot.

    Key takeaways for attendees:

    1. How rights-holders can alleviate secondary market concerns and take advantage of utilizing a trusted distribution partner.
    2. Learn creative and proven methods that will help you exceed your ticketing goals in terms of strategy, revenue and sales volume.
    3. Listen to real-world case studies frxom teams and venues on secondary ticketing and the benefits they receive in terms of data, improved primary sales and mobile integration.
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AXS SBJ Ticketing Symposium

September 24–26th, 2019  Los Angeles, CA

IEBA

October 27–29th, 2019  Nashville, TN

Billboard Summit

November 5–6th, 2019  Beverly Hills, CA

Past Speaking Engagements...

INTIX

Reaching More Fans Through Ticketing Partnerships: Primary & Secondary Distribution

Featuring: Dallas Cowboys, Harlem Globetrotters, Oakland Athletics and Prolific 1

With millions of live events each year, competition for attendance is at an all-time high. Combine that with mobile devices, the right ticket pricing and endless buying options, marketing and selling “your” ticket to fans has never been more challenging.

In this panel, we’ll discuss how to fill the seats and meet revenue goals through a collaborative primary and secondary market ticketing strategy. Learn from the leaders in the industry on how these partnerships drive more event awareness, control ticket distribution, maximize profits and share data, while delivering a better fan experience that sets you up for long-term success.

ALSD

Reaching Millennials through the Secondary Market

Featuring: Atlanta Braves and Prolific 1

As teams develop programs to market and sell their inventory, the millennial fan should be a critical component in any strategy. Learn how teams partner with secondary market distribution companies like Prolific 1 to reach this customer segment, and how millennial shopping habits are different from other generations. By utilizing an open source distribution platform, teams can leverage market trends to better drive attendance numbers and exceed revenue goals, while building a lasting millennial fan base.


National Sports Forum

Mobile Ticketing 2.0 – What’s Next?

Featuring: Atlanta Falcons, Arizona Coyotes, Prolific 1, and Ticketmaster

With millions of live events each year, competition for attendance is at an all-time high. Combine that with mobile devices, the right ticket pricing and endless buying options, marketing and selling “your” ticket to fans has never been more challenging.

In this panel, we’ll discuss how to fill the seats and meet revenue goals through a collaborative primary and secondary market ticketing strategy. Learn from the leaders in the industry on how these partnerships drive more event awareness, control ticket distribution, maximize profits and share data, while delivering a better fan experience that sets you up for long-term success.

NACDA

Leveraging Secondary Market Sales Data: How to Get More Out of the Relationships You Have

Featuring: Prolific 1 and Seton Hall

As Athletic Departments forge deeper partnerships with resellers, they have access to more secondary-market sales data and analytics than ever before. These collaborations can drive long-term results through better pricing decisions, new sales leads and increased revenue – if you know how to take advantage of them. Join us for an engaging session to learn how teams successfully utilize data and the key questions you should be asking your secondary-market partner. Hear about their challenges navigating through mountains of information and discover how they are utilizing real-time data to set their teams up for long-term success. You don’t want to miss this informative and visual roundtable session from leaders in the industry.


National Sports Forum

That’s the Ticket, sponsored by Prolific 1

Featuring: Churchill Downs, Monumental Sports & Entertainment, Oakland Athletics, WISE

Ticket sales are the life-blood of organizations. As ticketing evolves at hyper speed, it’s essential that sports organizations stay ahead of the marketplace. Technological advancements coupled with the creativity of contemporary ticketing companies are changing the way leagues, teams, venues and sports properties to business. Hear the MVP’s in the industry discuss the rapidly changing nature of ticket sales and how to stay profitable.