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What are people saying?

Yannick Van De Voorde on Stage speaking

If you’re in the European Ticketing Industry you just need to be here.

Yannick Van De Voorde Sales Manager, Oxynade

Ivan Drandiyski

After Madrid we had our seats provider and after Dublin I believe we will have our new ticketing partner. Thank you!

Ivan Drandiyski Director, Bulstrad Arena

Tom Schoessler

Two days with fantastic speakers and tons of knowledge exchanged. Great job by Ticket Technology Forum.

Tom Schoessler Deputy Administrative Director, Theaterhaus Stuttgart

A photo of David Enstone with stadium in the background

I thought the event was fantastic and extremely useful and informative. I will certainly be ‘championing’ the need to attend next years event.

David Downie Ticket Office Manager, Liberty Stadium

Jose Sanchez

Great networking, a lot of fun and many, many ideas to implement! Thank you so much for the successful Forum.

Jose Sanchez Corporate Director - Revenue Management, Parques Reunidos

Stephanie Kovach

The best brains and technology geeks coming together to disrupt the industry.

Stephanie Kovach Industry Manager, Ticketing & Entertainment, Google