News & Updates
Want to know what we’ve been up to, or what’s happening in our industry. You’ve come to the right place. Welcome to our newsroom.
It’s almost time to head to Vegas! Get the inside scoop on WTC from Maggi Zwiernik & see what we’re most excited about.
To prepare for the action-packed days, we sat down with NATB President, Maggi Zwiernik to get the inside scoop on what to look out for this year at the World Ticket Conference.
We’re making some changes! Meet our new Broker Success Managers & Check Out Our Seat Maps!
As Ticket Evolution continues to grow, we want to ensure that you have the support and attention you need. With our marketplace expanding and our inventory selection increasing, we felt it was time to add to our Broker Services team.
Super Bowl 53 Seller Fulfillment Guidelines
As Super Bowl 53 approaches, we would like to let you know that we are ready to begin listing tickets. Super Bowl 53 will have unique fulfillment requirements and we will require all sellers to complete an approval process. Please take a moment to review our Seller Agreement and policies for the event.
Just 1% of Travelers Book Event Tickets on Travel Sites
The in-destination sector – tours, activities, attractions, and events – represents the travel industry’s third-largest and fastest growing sector. The travel industry has begun paying more attention to tours, attractions, and activities…
An Interview with NATB’s Tom Patania and Terry Stevenson
For Ticket Evolution’s inaugural broker newsletter, NATB’s Tom Patania and Terry Stevenson took a moment to share their thoughts on our industry and what’s brewing at NATB in the final weeks leading up to the 2018 conference.Read More »
Music Drives Millennials’ Vacation Choices, Study Says
Travel agents looking for more ways to enhance their clients’ vacation experiences, and earn additional commissions in the process, will be singing a happy tune when they read new research revealing that music is a main factor when Millennials choose a travel destination.
MSCLVR Interview Series #054 with Brent Baisley, VP Engineering, Ticket Evolution!
Listen to Brent break down his philosophies around management styles, the story behind Ticket Evolution’s beginnings in 2010, how the secondary markets around tickets are evolving, and the role technologies like the one he builds upon support that evolution.
Interviewing for Potential: A guide to discover Potential, Trajectory and Performance
Hiring is about increasing your company’s potential and accelerating its trajectory and ability to succeed. In looking for people to hire, look for potential, trajectory, and performance. Find out the techniques Brent uses to find the candidates with the most to offer.
Interview with Brent Baisley, VP of Engineering at Ticket Evolution
Brent Baisley, VP of Engineering at Ticket Evolution is interviewed in a series at Manager’s Club which asks engineering managers to share their experiences with the intent of helping other engineering managers learn and improve.
Events in Port Cities Can Make Milestone Cruises Even More Epic
For travelers accustomed to land vacations, taking their first cruise can often be a milestone on their travel bucket list. It can mean stepping outside of their comfort zone to embark on something exciting, but for them, not typical or familiar.
Travel Agents Are Missing Big Opportunity in Commissionable Event Sales
Creating memories of a lifetime doesn’t have to be as challenging as it sounds. Sometimes it’s as elementary as thinking like your client. While booking air and hotel packages are a given, many travel agents are leaving money on the table by letting their customers book their event tickets directly.
Music Festivals Are A Ticket To Travel Agent Profits
The Coachella Valley Arts & Music Festival attracts upwards of 100,000 attendees per day, with musicians, bands and visitors traveling from all over the world. The travel industry has adopted the event, arguably the preeminent American music festival, as an opportunity to sell travel to the Southern California destination, just south of Palm Springs.