...App to optimise ticket sales through mobile devices...
London, Tuesday 15 November 2011 - Ticketscript, European market leader in online, mobile and social ticketing solutions and Kawet a French start-up specialising in disruptive innovation for mobile apps, launch a plug & play mobile event app. The new mobile event app will allow event organisers to create and submit their own professional event app for event visitors to download.
Mobile event apps provide event organisers with the opportunity to optimise the total event experience for event visitors. Providing real-time information to event visitors, and the option to buy tickets through the app, will have a positive impact on the ticket sales. The integration with social media allows for live sharing of the event experience.
"Ticketscript's aim is to provide a do-it-yourself ticketing solution for everybody that organises events. The introduction of the mobile event app makes the latest mobile technologies available to all event organisers. No technical expertise is required, the app is extremely easy to update, implement and maintain." says Frans Jonker, Chief Executive Officer, ticketscript. "The mobile event app will help to boost ticket sales, enhance word of mouth promotion and it's a cost effective way of promoting the event."
The development of the app has been done in partnership with Kawet, a Paris based start-up specialising in disruptive innovation for mobile apps. Kawet created Cashew, a mobile app creation platform that allows anyone to build their own mobile app, without any technical skills. Ticketscript has taken the benefits of this technology and integrated it into the ticketscript dashboard allowing ticketscript customers to customise their mobile event app in minutes.
Ticketscript is currently enabling over 30,000 events throughout Europe to use their plug-and-play ticketing tool to sell tickets and promote events. To find out more about the mobile event app, visit ticketscript.com
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Ticketscript, the European market leader in online, mobile and social ticketing solutions, provides over 30,000 events with a plug-and-play ticketshop that enables event organisers to sell tickets and promote events online, through mobile phones and on Facebook. The web application arranges the delivery of e-tickets and mobile tickets, gives access to a mobile event app and also provides access to a sales network of over 900 physical sales outlets in Europe. It provides real-time sales statistics and contact details of customers which can be used to promote future events.
The organisation was founded in 2006 and has its head office in Amsterdam along with offices in London, Manchester, Barcelona, Berlin, Düsseldorf and Antwerp. Ticketscript operates with music events, festivals, trade fairs, exhibitions and sports events and examples of the brands, events and venues ticketscript works with include Hed Kandi, The Leadmill, Torture Garden, Hyper Japan, Doctor Who Experience, Ministry of Sound and Gatecrasher. For further information please visit www.ticketscript.com
Kawet is a Paris based startup specialising in disruptive innovation for mobile apps. Kawet created Cashew, a mobile app creation platform that allows anyone to build its own native iPhone, iPad and Android app without any technical skill. Based on this technology, Kawet now helps companies to create, maintain and deploy many native mobile apps in a simple and efficient way. The company offers a web CMS that makes the creation and update of apps very easy and intuitive, but also an API that enables the creation and deployment of native apps in one mouse click. For more information please visit http://cashew.madebykawet.com
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Source: Ticketscript bv via Thomson Reuters ONE