Ticketing will work seamlessly on phones, tablets and desktops, enabling individuals to browse event listings easily, then register for events, or support attendees from any device. Data and revenue from tickets sold will immediately populate customer dashboards, helping build rich, holistic pictures of attendees. Non-profit organisers will easily be able to review event interest, track tickets sold and supplement, or download data to existing solutions.
Co-founder and CEO of Believe.in, Matthias Metternich, says: “Our technology is already showing phenomenal success at converting online audiences into engaged, long-term patrons and we’re proud to imbue this thinking into a powerful new ticketing product that charities have hitherto been without.”
A new charity fundraising platform goes live this month – and 100% of donations will go directly to supported charities. The Wonderful ... read more
Funding will help to address critical humanitarian problems around the world
Tech for Good programme invites applications to help more charities achieve social change through technology
Colleagues at Shop Direct have raised £210,000 in just 12 months to support the development of a new digital app for Alder Hey Children’s Hospital