Eventbrite Launches How to Sessions for Event Organisers

Self-service ticketing platform and live experiences marketplace, Eventbrite, is launching a series of How To Sessions in 2015 for organisers of all shapes and sizes. These interactive events will help people across the UK to make the best use of technology for events and put on great live experiences. On average, over 60,000 organisers use...

Self-service ticketing platform and live experiences marketplace, Eventbrite, is launching a series of How To Sessions in 2015 for organisers of all shapes and sizes. These interactive events will help people across the UK to make the best use of technology for events and put on great live experiences.

On average, over 60,000 organisers use Eventbrite each month. The technology works the same way for a small cooking class or workshop as it does for a large music festival or business conference. The “How To” sessions will not only look at how to make the most out of Eventbrite tools to organise and promote a great event, but also share some of the best examples, tips and stories from others in the industry.

The first session, How To Run A Club Night, will take place in Manchester on 11 February and will arm promoters with the information they need to start or grow their music event – from choosing the right venue and booking guest DJs, to selling tickets and making money.

This will be followed by How To Create Memorable Fashion Events in London on 12 February, just ahead of London Fashion Week. Organised in conjunction with General Assembly and LY London Fashion, the event will explore the role events play in the fashion world and how aspiring fashionistas can create memorable events that get them noticed in a fast-moving industry.

Marino Fresch, Head of Marketing for UK & Ireland at Eventbrite says: “There are huge numbers of organisations large and small using events to promote their business, spread their message, build relationships within a community or simply as an experience in itself. We talk to organisers of events across many different areas from food & drink, to music, to arts & entertainment, classes, charity and small business of every kind. What we keep hearing is that they know there is technology out there that can help them run their events more smoothly but they’re not always sure how best to use it. Eventbrite’s How To sessions aim to give people tangible examples of how they can best use technology as part of their own events and marketing.”

To find out more about Eventbrite’s How To Sessions, register to attend or follow the discussion at:
http://blog.eventbrite.co.uk/how-to-events/

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Source: www.eventindustrynews.com