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It’s a fresh look for our newsletter to give our monthly followers a better taste of Ticketsolve 😋 We’re delighted to be sharing our takeaways of this month with our August Bites of Insight (insighting right😉).

This August at Ticketsolve

This month we’ve welcomed new members to the Ticketsolve Community as well as new members to our team.

Catch up on our latest resources below and make sure to bookmark our new e-zine until our next edition!

A Special Invite


:mag: Delve into helpful tips and tricks to help you become a Ticketsolving pro and reduce admin tasks
:chart_with_upwards_trend: Discover how Ticketsolve can help you to understand your audience through behaviours
:eyes: Sneak peeks into upcoming features & exciting updates we have on the horizon
:rocket: Take your organisation to the next level with insights into best practices
:handshake: Plus, these workshops are a good opportunity to connect with fellow Ticketsolve users and exchange ideas and knowledgeWe will kick off each day at 10am with some tea, coffee and catching up. The workshops will start at 10:30am and we’ll wrap up the day around 3.30pm. Attending the workshops is free and you’re guaranteed a tasty lunch (on us):pizza:

The more, the merrier—make sure to pass out the invite to your colleagues!

Our latest Guide

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New on

The blog

  • Team Ticketsolve are Hitting the Road for Our Regional Workshops🚗

    Never mind Paris & Berlin, we’re coming fast and afar from Dublin to London, Manchester to Belfast!

  • Legitimate Interest in Action

    Discover how arts organisations have successfully used legitimate interest to grow their database and sign ups, through real world examples provided by Mermaid Arts Centre in Co. Wicklow, and An Táin

  • Changing the Narrative: Revive your Database

    Discover how you can use GDPR and legitimate interest to grow your database, engage with new audiences and reach your goals. We take you through the key steps covered in our latest Ticketsolve guide.

Read more

This month’s Podcast

We’ve seen the headlines: misbehaving, rude and disruptive audiences threatening and even assaulting staff and ruining performances for everyone. What is going on? What happened to the unwritten rules of audience etiquette? From customer-facing industries to public transport and cafes, interpersonal altercations seem to be happening everywhere.

From our Partners

Our friends at Supercool have just published an article focusing on making sure the way you describe your organisation, and the things you sell, is clear and understandable – to everyone. Make sure you follow their series ‘Words to the Wise’.

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