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Happy March! As we near the end of the first quarter of the year (where did the time go!?), we’re super excited to see how much progress we’ve made so far this year, and are even more excited for what’s to come. Keep your eyes peeled because we have an array of new features coming your way soon – you won’t want to miss them!
Gerard, Darren, James, Emma, Nick, Lucy and Paul from Team Ticketsolve pictured at the Ticketing Professionals Conference

This March at Ticketsolve

Our undoubted highlight of the month was Ticketing Professionals Conference, which Team Ticketsolve headed along to last week. It’s one of our favourite times of the year, because let’s face it, where else do we get to chat about ticketing for 48 hours straight?

It was great to connect with so many faces – both new and well-known, and share what we’ve been up to recently at Ticketsolve. We were also lucky enough to host two panels, one delved into productivity and leadership within the arts – a subject that has been on our minds with the release of our newest features, which we’ll discuss how our customers are using below. The second panel sparked a thought-provoking discussion on audience behaviour – a topic we’ve been exploring over the past couple of months, leading to the release of a valuable resource and blog – keep scrolling to find out more 👇

New Features in Action

As we may have mentioned a few times recently 👀, Tasks is the latest addition to our suite of tools designed to streamline your workflow and boost productivity.

In developing these tools, our aim was simple: to enhance collaboration, efficiency, and organisation. We spoke to two excellent Ticketsolve users: Sveta, Box Office Manager and Events Manager at Komedia Bath and Aaron, Ticketing and Sales Manager from New Theatre Royal, who showed us just how valuable these new features can be.

Read more here

Discussing the Disruption Dilemma 

Following our audience behaviour-focused survey, sent out to over 350 venues earlier this year, we held a live podcast featuring an amazing panel of arts professionals, dissecting the results and sharing experiences, tips, and perspectives. We’ve now released the podcast recording, and shared insights as a case study-based resource.

Listen to the podcast Access the resource

On the podcast Inspiring IWD special

The first of a series of podcasts featuring inspiring women to celebrate International Women’s Day, this month we spoke to Celine Wyatt, Head of Creative Development and Learning at Blackpool Grand Theatre and a fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. The result: an inspiring discussion touching on her method for building resilience using storytelling & delving into the changes needed to support women’s health and equality in the arts sector.

Listen to the podcast Read our round-up blog

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