Ticketsellers has revealed a new company look and competitively revised offering, which it believes will further benefit event organisers both current and future.
The ticket selling platform has undergone a full makeover, with a new name, a new logo, a new website and improved ticket sale rates, all focused on providing an even more robust and complete “on sale to on site” service.
As part of the brand overhaul, Ticketsellers has made the decision to adapt its rate card and has reduced its standard ticket selling rates from 10 per cent to six per cent, plus 47p (plus VAT), reducing fees paid by customers.
The new platform offers a further streamlined process for public ticket sales, with additional bespoke tools to make it even easier to use. These include a much more powerful organiser control panel and a new marketing tool called Marketing and Promotions Credit, rewarding organisers for every ticket sold.
Jimmy Hewson, director of Ticketsellers, said: “This is a really exciting time for Ticketsellers, we wanted to give the company a fresh, new and improved look and consider how we could further improve our offering to our clients.
“We pride ourselves on our ‘on site to on sale’ approach and our ability to support clients with everything required for public ticket sales and customer service provision through to managing access on site and providing the free hardware required for events.
“After a busy summer, the industry is now looking ahead to winter and 2020 events, and those looking for a complete ticketing package should look no further. With clients including Shambala, Armed Forces Day, Boomtown and Biggin Hill, we have the experience of large-scale events and with our even more competitive rates and robust ticket selling platform, selling tickets with us is a very attractive and competitive offering.
“Our systems and service really do stand up against the big boys!”