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We were made by the event business – for the event business. On this blog we share our thoughts and knowledge for inspiration.

707 new reasons to be proud

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Jan 16, 2020

Tikkio was able to welcome many new organizers in 2019. The 707 new organizers are distributed in Norway and Denmark, where we currently operate. This connection means a lot to us, as the close cooperation is essential for us to develop our products and services. Your experiences, feedback and queries allow us to keep our fingers on the pulse all the time. This means that we are constantly updated in relation to applications, needs and development. Whether you are organizing a large music festival with thousands of visitors or using our system to conduct a smaller yoga session, knitting course...

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Two-way verification

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Jan 8, 2020

An important question to ask here: Have you secured your accounts online? Tikkio recommends using 2-step verification on all platforms you can. This helps to secure you and your company in the best possible way. What ist wo-way Verification? As the name suggests, two-way verification is a method of logging into your two-tier accounts. When you log in to your accounts using this method where you will need: Something you know (your password) Something you have (like your phone or a security key dongle) Most Danes know this approach from our NemID. Why use two-way verification? Simply two-way verification helps...

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Ticket sharks and black market trading

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Dec 6, 2019

We at Tikkio have the following advice for the ticket buyer – please share this on your website, Facebook page, etc.: Always check if the purchase price matches the original sales price – so you don’t overpay for your tickets. It is illegal in e.g. Denmark and Norway to demand higher price on resale. Always buy your tickets through an official ticket provider. Unfortunately, there are many sales outlets and individuals online that try to resell tickets – often at a higher price. If in doubt, contact the organizer. They know for sure who is the official ticket provider at...

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Fight against ticket fees and charges

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Dec 3, 2019

Who gains from high fees? As an organizer and as a ticket buyer, one wonders how the fee and the fees for ticket sales are screwed up. And how can you sometimes pay 15-20 DKK in fees for a ticket for 80 DKK? What is the reason for being an organizer giving up to 10-15% in fees to the ticket provider? High and not least opaque ticket fees will not benefit anyone – neither the organizer nor the customer. Fees don’t sound right First of all, the words fees and charges have a negative tone. In addition, it often just...

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had to throw their jackets

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Nov 20, 2019

In the photo you see two Tikkio employees. Here they are at an event in Oslo. Everything is fine. A few hours later, they stand outside another nightclub and scan in for an even bigger event. Everything is fine there too, but then they get a request from one of the nightclub staff: They have an agreement with a competing ticket provider that tells that only this provider’s logo can be visible in the entrance area, even if other ticket providers are responsible for the settlement. So then the t-shirt was in minus degrees. Our philosophy The story above is...

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