Moscow Ticketing Forum, the first Russia's business event for ticketing solutions and technologies have taken place at the stadium «Otkritie Arena».
The main target of the first Forum is building a communication platform for the key players of the ticketing technologies and solutions market in Russia: ticket operators, service providers and agents of the ticketing market, the largest sport event, concert and festival organizers, museums, theaters, exhibition spaces, sport clubs and stadiums.
Within the business program of the Forum there will be presented - relevant case studies on ticketing technologies, promotion of events and venues. Participants will discuss the key issues and trends on ticket market including non-cash payment, payment systems, effective solutions for access control systems, systems for work with databases of spectators and many other issues.
The usefulness of the Forum is to learn, to get new information, to know the trends, not to sting. For me it was important to discuss the quality problems of the product for which tickets are sold, as well as the problems of disseminating information about events. I would like the Forum to have a future.
I believe that it is very important to participate in such events, where the professionals of the ticket industry have gathered and can speak freely on this topic.
The forum is necessary in order to listen to what thoughts and views other market participants have. Perhaps someone has already come up with solutions to the problems that we have just revealed.
It is very interesting to participate in this Forum as the potential of the Russian market in the sale of tickets is growing, and especially it is being felt the last two years. It is important to share our experience and learn from the experience of the Russian market. This event is very unifying.
The questions were professional, we spoke with the audience one language.
I am grateful for the invitation, I met many colleagues with whom I spoke earlier, I got acquainted with several players of the Russian market, and among them were the organizers of major events, representatives of agencies, ticketing companies.
The atmosphere of the event is friendly; the questions are interesting and relevant. All the professionals gathered here. The forum offers a high-quality communication format. This is a good experience.
A very worthy event where you need to participate both to ticket operators and content providers. At such forums people exchange experiences, discuss ideas that are then being picked up, transformed into undertakings, and the industry essentially lives on.
The first competition of the Russian ticketing market technical solution startup projects "Ticketing Start-Ups" have taken place as a part of the Forum. Contestants presented projects for new technical solutions for ticketing market to the audience and jury.
As a result, both the audience and the jury composed of Sergey Solonin (Qiwi), Artem Padeysky (SAP CIS) and Igor Tonkih (YotaSpace) preferred the project of Kinian, the solution of which allows the organizer to communicate with users through users' devices at the concert, for example, to broadcast backstage - photo and video of the artist for the audience during his waiting in the hall.
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