4 Things You Don’t Want To Miss At The Ticketmaster Summit 2017June 14, 2017
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Are you ready for the Ticketmaster Summit next week? If the answer is no, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! With over 180 sessions and events, you have a variety of marketing, business intelligence and analytics, ticket operations and ticket sales topics to choose from. We combed through the list and put together our top four sessions to attend.
Each day the Innovation Lounge will be open for you to get your hands on key Ticketmaster products and solutions. Grab some treats and a coffee and visit Ticketmaster’s partner solutions.
Some of the Appetize team will be there demoing our innovative point of sale solutions! Hundreds of leading sports stadiums (US Bank Stadium, Fenway Park) and universities (Ole Miss, University of Florida, Georgia Tech) trust us to efficiently run their events. And we are raffling off a $250 Visa gift card to one lucky winner. Just fill out the below ticket and drop it off at our booth next week.
The Center of Live Entertainment
Tuesday, June 20th from 9:30 – 10:15am
Michael Rapino, CEO of Live Nation Entertainment will share LNE’s growth and content strategies that have fueled the company’s continuous rise in market cap and connected 550 million fans across concerts and ticketing platforms.
The Leading Edge
Tuesday, June 20th from 10:15 – 10:45am
Ticketmaster President, Jared Smith, addresses how the company is once again re-shaping the ticketing industry through the continued evolution and introduction of an array of unique and innovative ticketing products, services, and strategies that are changing the game for its clients and fans.
Future of Sports
Wednesday, June 21st from 5 – 6:30pm
Join this session, commissioned by Delaware North, for a glimpse into the future of the sports industry, and to hear bold predictions for the next 25 years. The panel will expand on findings published in the Future of Sports Report, sharing research insights on globalized fandom, generation remix, sports vs. esports, college mega business and youth sports reform.
Not able to attend but interested in Appetize? Get more information here.