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Etix CEO Travis Janovich (center) with (from left) Nick Zafiropoulos, Kevin Brosseau and Katie Mullins. (All photos courtesy Etix) At Etix’s annual conference, ticketer and clients share intel on the market RALEIGH, N.C. — Hurricane Dorian’s arrival on the North Carolina coast didn’t dampen the enthusiasm in Raleigh as Etix opened its Etix Blast! annual conference Sept. 5. Sure, the Hopscotch Music Festival, originally scheduled to have opening-night headliners Sleater Kinney and Kurt Vile just outside the conference hotel on City Plaza, had to move indoors to The Ritz a few miles away, but inside the ideas were flying as hard as the afternoon raindrops Etix, a ticketing and technology company based in nearby Morrisville, boasts a diverse group of clients — venues and events that were represented included music clubs, fairs and festivals, historic theaters and performing arts centers — and the two days of panels reflected the multiple… Continue Reading Etix Blast!: Info Blast!
Ticketer delivers diverse group of sessions for conference North Carolina-based ticketing company Etix, which has market footholds in music clubs, fairs and festivals, historic theaters and performing arts centers, launches the 2019 edition of its Etix Blast! conference Thursday in downtown Raleigh. With its diverse client list, Etix will offer something for just about everyone, though the building blocks of the business show up throughout two days of sessions: marketing, tech, customer service, ticket security and strategies for running a better box office. An audience of 150 to 200 clients and prospective clients is expected this year. Etix threw its first Blast! in 2014. CEO Travis Janovich and Chris Battaglino, senior product manager, lead off Thursday with a look at the company’s highlights from the last 20 years and a vision of what’s to come. Panels to follow over the rest of the day and Friday include: “Help Me, Help… Continue Reading Etix Blast! Gets Rolling in Raleigh