The Ticket To Success

Conceiving, organising and planning your event is just half the battle, once you have it ready to go there is still the small matter of selling tickets. To make sure you donít fall down at the final hurdle we have come up with four simple tips to help you shift tickets.

Make Use of Existing Resources

Donít try to do everything yourself when you have a readymade resource at your fingertips. Your sponsors and partners can give you the extra customer channels needed to shift tickets. Furthermore they are bound to help as they have a vested interest in making sure that the event is a success.

Increase your Reach

While your partners and sponsors can provide extra customer channels to help you increase your reach, so can various marketing techniques like social media and email campaigns. Do your research and work out what your target demographic is and that way you will give yourself the most options to sell tickets.

Discount and Incentivize

Every event has a tipping point between success and failure. That tipping point depends greatly on whether those people who are undecided make up their minds to attend. In this respect an event is much like an election Ė if you can convince neutrals to come on your side you are onto a winner! Make the choice a little easier for them by promising extra perks Ė a free glass of wine, a free goody bag or access to an after party.

Make your Event Easy to Attend

Just as some fence sitters need an extra incentive to attend your event, making it easy to get there can also bump up your head count. Therefore if you remove parking fees or add extra transport then you give your event the highest possible chance of success.

Brunelís Old Station is an incredibly popular Bristol event venue as our Temple Meads location means we are easily reached by train, bus, car, coach and taxi. Contact us today to see how we can help make your Bristol event a success.

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