MailUp at Ticket Summit 2014

09 July 2014

We’re excited to be an exhibitor at Ticket Summit 2014, the leading conference and trade show for ticketing and live entertainment executives. Join us next week July 16–18, 2014 at the ARIA Resort & Casino, in Las Vegas, NV. We’ll be at booth 103 and showcasing our email marketing platform, ideal for the ticketing and live entertainment industry.

Email marketing tools for ticketing & live entertainment

You might ask “how is email marketing important to ticketing & live entertainment?” The answer is simple: email is one of the most effective and commonly used marketing channels to sell tickets of live events, concerts, and even merchandise. Companies in this industry are literally sending millions of emails per month! And, companies need a scalable and reliable emailing platform like MailUp to send those emails. Take for example two MailUp success stories:

  • Tuticket, one of the largest ticket office sales providers in Latin America and the US, finds MailUp’s deliverability a key component in their emailing as a high volume sender. Read the full case study: http://www.mailup.com/email-marketing-success-story-tuticket.htm
  • OFFICIALCommunity, the Toronto-based industry leader in creation of commercialized online communities for global touring artists, including Elton John, Celine Dion, and George Michael, moved away from a tier-1 solution and chose MailUp for its flexible list management and multiple admins for managing its artists’ email promotions and communication. Read the full case study: http://www.mailup.com/email-marketing-success-story-officialcommunity.htm

What more to say? Join us next week at booth n. 103 at Ticket Summit 2014 at the ARIA! For more information visit http://www.ticketsummit.org/

This article was written by

Sergio Mandrone

Sergio Mandrone

Associate Product Marketing Manager

Sergio is Associate Product Marketing Manager at MailUp in the San Francisco office. With 5 years of digital marketing experience, he writes for the MailUp blog, manages the Email Design Workshop blog, and is currently working with the MailUp BEE team to grow the line of BEE products.

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