Es war für Etix die bis dahin größte Herausforderung. 230.000 Besucher, 135 Eingangsschleusen, 600 chinesische Kontrollkräfte mit rein chinesischen Sprachkenntnissen…
Who said change can’t be easy? At Etix, our job is to make your life easier, and it starts from day one. In 2014, we welcomed over 100 new clients from other ticketing systems and supplied each and every one with the tools, training and support needed to make the transition seamless. Reach out to learn how…
See how Rockhouse Partners helped Headliners Music Hall maximize their ticket sales. After some strategizing, they decided to run an experiment to find out the effectiveness of Headliners’ weekly email newsletter.
Meet Krister Larsson, an Etix employee since January 2001. Born and raised in Malmo, Sweden, he came to the United States on a scholarship to play tennis at N. C. State University. As one of Etix’s earliest employees, he has been an integral part of our international expansion. Here are 10 questions with Director of International Ops, Krister Larsson.
Etix and Rockhouse Partners are excited to present The Setlist—our new email marketing education series! Successful email marketing brings in roughly $41 for every $1 spent. Here are a few helpful tips to make sure that you can maximize your email engagement.
Etix turned 15 last week, and the entire team was here in Raleigh to celebrate at our headquarters. Make sure to check out the slideshow from our 15th birthday celebrationAs far as ticketing companies go, 15 years of experience makes us a veteran group, and we certainly have seen and helped the industry evolve. At our official birthday party, we recognized and honored.
Building on experience and successes from 2013, Etix and Rockhouse Partners partnered with Becky Colwell and her Koka Booth Amphitheatre marketing team to develop an email marketing strategy that would optimize announcement emails and increase ticket sales. Here’s the full story…
As a venue, what do you consider to be your most valuable data? Email addresses? Zip codes? Ticket purchases? And… once you get access to this data, who does it really belong to? Our short answer: YOU. Check out Rockhouse Partners‘ latest Blueprint to learn more about the value of your data and how owning that data will increase your ROI!
In order to build an audience for the inaugural Summer Ends Music Festival, Rockhouse Partners used email marketing and retargeting to increase awareness and sell more tickets. Read on to see how Lucky Man Concerts earned an incredible 1,270% return on their marketing investment.
Please help us in welcoming Somerset Amphitheater to the Etix family! Located just 40 minutes from the Twin Cities, Somerset Amphitheater is a beautiful, sprawling outdoor event space. Complete with camp grounds, multiple stages and access to the Apple River, Somerset is one of the premier outdoor venues in the Midwest. From rodeos to large-scale music festivals and everything in between, the amphitheater specializes in hosting an incredibly diverse range of events. Continue reading to learn more about Somerset Amphitheater.
Rockhouse Live, a new division of Etix and Rockhouse Partners, presents Frontstretch Fest, a celebration of bourbon, beer, bites and horse racing coming to North Carolina and Tennessee this spring. For the next several years, Frontstretch Festival will be Carolina Horse Park’s official infield affair for over 10,000 guests attending the Stoneybrook Steeplechase. Nashville will then be host to the country’s biggest Derby bash and watch party for the most popular horse race in the world. Both events will feature artisan food and drinks, hand-rolled cigars, live music, interactive entertainment and much more! Continue reading for more details.
Brian Bauer, Agency Director at Rockhouse Partners, will be a guest speaker at the 2014 Sport Entertainment & Venues Tomorrow Conference (SEVT). Held at the University of South Carolina, SEVT is one of the top industry events and consistently attracts some of the most talented individuals in the business. Brian will share his predictions about the future of ticketing during the panel: “What’s Next In Ticketing Technology: Smart Phones? Wristbands? Finger Print Readers?” Continue reading for more details.