Ticket Summit to host industry networking event Ticket Summit to host industry networking event
Ticket Summit®, the leading conference and trade show for the ticketing and live entertainment industry, is gearing up to host its industry networking event... Ticket Summit to host industry networking event

Ticket Summit®, the leading conference and trade show for the ticketing and live entertainment industry, is gearing up to host its industry networking event of the summer. The three-day event is scheduled to be held July 11-13, 2012 at Bellagio Resort Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV, drawing hundreds of ticketing and live entertainment executives from around the country.

Ticket Summit® will include a wide variety of industry sessions, held in three formats: panel sessions, roundtable discussions, and workshops. Panel sessions include State of the Box Office, Make it a Bundle!, and Legal Round-up. Roundtable discussions cover Get Smart about SEO, Sports Meet, and Becoming a Better Broker. Workshops include Innovative Technologies, Ticket Trading in the Global Market, Hang out with Google!, and How to Prevent Online Fraud.

The Ticket Summit® schedule will also feature a variety of networking events, including a signature Networking Cocktail Party to open the event on Wednesday, July 11, 5:00 PM—7:00PM, and its signature Closing Gala, to be held Friday, July 13, 7:00 PM—10:00 PM, at The Bank nightclub.

The concurrent trade show will feature over 30 exhibitors, such as ATBS, BASE Entertainment, DYMO Endicia, Fan Freedom Project, PowerPay, Rockstar Broker Services, Seatwave, and many more.

Ticket Summit® Executive Director, Dr. Molly A. Mérez, recently spoke to TicketNews about the conference. “Ticket Summit® will offer ticketing and live entertainment executives countless opportunities for networking and business development. With a combination of educational sessions, product demos at the trade show, and networking events, it truly is a must-attend event for industry executives to stay up to date on all the current issues.”