In an effort to help facilitate networking opportunities, Ticket Summit NYC, the nation’s largest conference and trade show focusing on the ticketing industry, is offering groups and attendees the chance to meet with representatives from other companies in a private boardroom.
With nearly 500 attendees already registered, Ticket Summit NYC presents ticket executives with a unique opportunity to network with their friends, colleagues, groups and acquaintances, and already two groups have booked time in the private boardroom.
The National Basketball Association and the UK-based Association of Secondary Ticket Agents (ASTA) have both booked time separately in the Waldorf’s Louis XVI Suite-West, located just around the corner from the exhibit floor of the conference; the floor plan can be seen by clicking here. The boardroom costs $100 per hour; for more information, contact Molly Martinez at 860-870-3400 ext. 132.
In addition to the NBA and ASTA, TicketNetwork, parent company of TicketNews and creator of Ticket Summit, has also booked time in the suite.
“While the conference itself offers attendees a vibrant and exciting place to network with their colleagues on the exhibitor floor, we realize that there are some meetings that require a more private and quiet environment,” said Dan Pullium, one of the conference organizers. “The Louis XVI Suite-West offers attendees the perfect setting for those exclusive business meetings.”
The three-day event is scheduled for January 6-8 at the Waldorf=Astoria in New York City. Ticket Summit NYC is one of two conferences TicketNetwork has scheduled for 2009; the second one, Ticket Summit Las Vegas, is entering its fourth year and will be held July 15-17 in Las Vegas at the Venetian Resort Hotel Casino.