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Ticketbud Tidbits Episode 8 - Cindy Lo of Red Velvet Events

Posted in Spotlights on August 9, 2017

Cindy Lo, DMCP embodies the entrepreneurial spirit of Austin, Texas. Formerly working in tech, but wanting to do something new, she founded Red Velvet Events all by herself. The company is now 25 strong due to her successful leadership. She's also (as you might expect) an expert event planner, and well studied in everything event Read More »

How To Choose The Right Event Management Software

Posted in Spotlights on July 19, 2017

As an event organizer, choosing the right event management software is extremely important for your success. Having spoken with organizers, many of them expressed that it had been difficult to find a software for their event. The difficulty comes from not knowing what they wanted, as well as a lot of time wasted on calls Read More »

Ticketbud Tidbits Episode 7 - Bruce Willenzik of Armadillo

Posted in Spotlights on June 21, 2017

Bruce Willenzik absolutely exudes the spirit of Austin. It makes sense - he used to work at the venue responsible for Austin being named the "Live Music Capital Of The World": The Armadillo World Headquarters. Shouldering decades of experience in running successful events and concerts, there probably aren't many people who are better to hear Read More »

Ticketbud Tidbits Episode 6 - Nicole Marie Events

Posted in Spotlights on May 31, 2017

Nicole Marie Hughes is an events master. She owns her own event company (Nicole Marie Events) and is branching out to create Rebel Weddings (https://rebelwed.com) for clients that want a more "epic" wedding experience. Today on Ticketbud Tidbits we talk about her experiences in weddings, how to make money as an event planner with your Read More »

How To Sell Tickets Online

Posted in Spotlights on May 15, 2017

Most organizers want to sell tickets online since it's the preferred option for events of all shapes and sizes. There are a variety of benefits - first of all, you have a much better idea of how many attendees are going to be at your event. Secondly, you’ll know a lot more about your audience. Third, Read More »

Ticketbud Tidbits Episode 5 - CJ Alderton

Posted in Spotlights on May 5, 2017

CJ Alderton is a busy man - he runs Patrick Crossing, a church that takes place in a pub, and he also heads the annual Durango Celtic Festival in Durango, Colorado. We speak with him about what you need to do to get a strong festival going, how to scale it, and how to use Read More »

Ticketbud Named Most User-Friendly Event Management Software

Posted in Spotlights on April 26, 2017

Being noticed for your accomplishments always feels good, so I wanted to share this with our readers. According to an independent study done by researchers at the authority software website Capterra, Ticketbud was rated #1 in user-friendly software out of over 400 choices! So if you're using Ticketbud, thanks for using us. And if you're not Read More »

Ticketbud Tidbits Episode 4 - Clint Kaulfas

Posted in Spotlights on April 21, 2017

Clint Kaulfas is a professional gate manager that resides in Austin. He loves the festival space and everything that comes with it. He's worked with a lot of big event production companies and has managed the biggest festivals in Austin. In this episode, we talk about (you guessed it) gate management, and we also talk Read More »

Ticketbud Tidbits Episode 3 - My-Cherie Haley

Posted in Spotlights on April 5, 2017

My-Cherie Haley's life has revolved around events and entertainment for more than 20 years. She first began as a model, and then moved to Las Vegas to work at Caesar's Palace as Cleopatra. She runs a brand agency for youths to break into modeling and fashion industries. She also happens to be an event organizer, Read More »

How to Book An Artist For Your Event

Posted in Guest Blog on March 22, 2017

If you’ve run an event or managed a venue in the past, you’re likely familiar with the general booking process. But if you haven’t booked an artist for a performance before, there are a few pieces that are specific to artist bookings that you might not realize. Because of the process involved with booking an Read More »

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