As an event host or venue owner, you’ll undoubtedly be aware of NHS Test and Trace by now. The service, in which the NHS traces those who’ve come into contact with a new Covid-19 patient, now plays a crucial part in our fight against the pandemic. But what exactly does it all mean for you, the event organiser?Read More
Things took a futuristic turn when we were unexpectedly thrust into an almost entirely virtual world thanks to the Coronavirus outbreak. In a nutshell – the tech that the majority of us were used to tapping into from time to time suddenly became our only connection to the outside world. Now, we’re all so used to it that the novelty of the fancy-dress Zoom call has officially worn off, and people are looking for new ways to enhance their virtual event experience. For those that want to make a virtual event seriously professional we take a look at what’s out in the market to help.Read More
It’s common knowledge that social media is an essential marketing tool for events. But because the majority of us use platforms like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in our personal lives, this can lead to the misconception that it’s easy to make them work for promotion. A Tweet here and a live stream there should be enough to get the crowds flocking to our event, right? Well… not always. With that in mind here are eight rules for making social media work hard for your event.Read More
Wix is a simple and easy-to-use website builder that provides slick, contemporary designs for any type of site. It’s soared in popularity over the past few years, and now boasts an impressive 154 million users, making it a robust alternative to other popular CMS’s like Wordpress. We love Wix for it’s high-spec templates and the sharp, glossy appeal of its designs, as well as its exceptional user-friendliness.Read More
You wouldn’t choose a venue for your event without researching it first, so naturally you’ll want to do the same when it comes to picking the best possible online ticketing platform for your needs. With giants like Eventbrite often meaning you have to give up too much of your precious profits to hefty fees, it really does pay to shop around. The good news is that there are plenty of really thorough, impartial comparison sites out there that can help you garner all the info you need before making a decision. Here are what we think are the top five…Read More
At Ticket Tailor, we’ve seen tons of innovation and lockdown business ideas in recent weeks, which we think we can all learn a thing or two from. With this in mind, here are three inspiring hacks our customers have used to stay afloat post-‘new normal’…Read More
As lockdowns across the world start to ease, event organisers and owners of establishments from swimming pools, to restaurants, to galleries and markets are faced with the challenge of how to open safely. With Ticket Tailor, there is full flexibility to create ticketed events, or manage event registration for any type of attraction that requires timed entry, pre-bookings or check-ins.Read More
With Ticket Tailor, there is full flexibility to sell tickets or allow classes to reserve their spaces online for either an in-person class, or a virtual one. If you’re running your fitness classes online at the moment, we’re offering our services for free up until September.
If you’re thinking about a hybrid class type in the future, with some people socially distanced in class, and others taking part from home, it’s simple to set that up as one event type.Read More
While there’s no denying the platform is exceptionally good at what it does, it’s faced some recent criticism over its pricing, overly complicated plans and even privacy factors. Aka – it’s not necessarily for everyone.
Good news, then, that there are tons of alternatives to Zoom – which can come in handy if you want to pay less, need bigger, better features, or simply refuse to follow the crowd. Here are our top five:Read More
We know how important it’s going to be to be able to safely manage the capacity of your event with social distancing in mind. Our features will ensure you have the flexibility to run your event in a Covid-secure way, whether that’s having smaller, more frequent events, or allowing customers to pre-book a time slot.Read More