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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.

Queuing system

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Sep 19, 2019

In the last few weeks we have used a queue system for the events where there was much anticipation in advance. This ensures that it is 100% fair to. There are no coincidences associated with the formation of the meat such as. what internet connection you have or how fast your PC or mobile is....

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The value of your own websites

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Sep 13, 2019

Warning: Some of you may find the upcoming text a bit annoying or perhaps offensive, but it is well-intentioned. Many organizers put a lot of effort into their own websites, and it’s probably fine in terms of branding, internal pride, etc. But it’s a good idea to look at which channels are actually sales-triggering. Regular...

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Tikkio at Jugendfest 2019

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Sep 10, 2019

Jugendfest is held at Color Line Stadium in Ålesund, Norway and the festival has managed to sell out in recent years. That’s a lot of people! A total of 25,000 people were present this year, distributed across the floor, the stands and the VIP premises. The fact that it was sold out says a lot...

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Newsletter August 2019

By Jesper Ravn-Jensen | Aug 22, 2019

I hope you enjoyed the summer, and are ready with renewed energy just like us. However, we have certainly not been on the lazy side and can therefore announce some strong updates and new additions directly out of the starting holes. Online marketing updates ? Facebook catalog added to dynamic ads This feature is especially exciting...

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Artists! Tell who’s on the roster right away

By Kjetil Aarseth | Jul 11, 2019

Most people come to your event to experience one or more artists or experts if you are in the course / conference industry. Many organizers fail to add an artist list to the Tikkio page and instead use their own website and Facebook page. This is directly sales-inhibiting. Remember that when your customers are the...

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