Venues choose in-house promoting when they see the fantastic sales of the last show and decide to cut out the middleman. But they can’t sell alone.
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Creating an environment that fosters innovative ideas is a sales manager’s job, but few actually do. Here’s why caution isn’t always profitable in sales.
Ticketing companies should redirect their efforts to become niche ticketing software services for niche entertainment markets.
A conference’s greatest value is in the interactions beyond the sessions, getting to know spheres of influence within the industry.