Ticket Tailor extends offer of being free for online events until at least 1st September 2020

Ticket Tailor extends offer of being free for online events until at least 1st September 2020

At the end of March we announced that in light of the challenging times for event organisers around the world that we would make our platform free for selling tickets to online, virtual and remote events/webinars until at least 1st July. Today we’re announcing the extension of this offer until at least 1st September 2020.

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Selling tickets for Covid secure events

We do not know exactly how the C19 lockdown easements will play out, and it will be different in every country. We will be paying close attention and responding as quickly as we can to ensure you can get your events back and up and running as soon as possible. We are already starting to get a good idea of what might come and what features will be useful.

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Client spotlight: Nick Church Photography

At Ticket Tailor we’ve seen a huge increase in the number of workshops, courses and classes taking place on our platform. Some of these are in response to the recent lockdown, but some, like Nick Church Photography have been going for several years, but only recently found Ticket Tailor and made the move over. Who can blame him!

We hope you enjoy this interview, it’s a really interesting story of someone discovering a new passion and committing whole heartedly at turning it into a new life….

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Virtual events now the new normal

Us humans have long been aware of the power of digital. From video calls with distant relatives through to carrying out whole degrees online – we’re no strangers to the beauty of the internet. But it’s taken a global pandemic to really understand just how vitally enabling the digital world can be in a time of crisis. In lockdown, logging on to connect with others is no longer a nice-to-have, it’s our only option. The result of this has been quite remarkable, with businesses flocking to the virtual realm to try and keep their operations afloat, and the general public hitting group video chats en masse for non-social socialisation. 

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