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Best Ticketbud Tidbits For Event Organizers podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Ticketbud Tidbits For Event Organizers podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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We share tips, advice and insights from fellow event organizers across the wide range of events Ticketbud partners with.
 
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In this episode we talk to Dawn Robinette, a PR expert that runs Tale to Tell Communications. Dawn has extensive events experience working with General Motors, sponsorships and promotions, managing more than 175 events and programs annually. Working with NASCAR, the NFL, the NCAA, the PGA, MLB, the Olympic Torch Relay and Cirque du Soleil, achievin…
 
In this episode we talk to Joe Newman, the CEO and Co-founder of the American Basketball Association (ABA), the largest professional sports league in the US. The ABA has teamed up with Ticketbud to focus on growth ahead of their new season. Topics include:- Rebuilding the ABA brand and how the central association supports the success of more than 1…
 
In this Halloween themed episode we talk to haunters Sue Rose and Rick Williams, who have run haunted trail events in California and Georgia. Their current attraction, Nightmare Forest Web of Fears, is a haunted walk through Georgia's historic countryside. Ranked by Style Magazine as one of the "Top 10 Spots to Celebrate Halloween". Attendees rave …
 
In this episode we talk to Hayden Walker, the organizer of the highly successful Mac and Cheese Festival held in Austin, Texas and Portland, Oregon. Hayden is the Executive Director at AFM Media and Editor in Chief of Austin Food Magazine. With his finger on the pulse of all things foodie in Austin. Hayden created Austin's Mac and Cheese Festival w…
 
In this episode we talk to Loy Maierhauser from MAP Brewing Company in Bozeman, Montana. Loy manages all private and public events for MAP Brewing. From regular weekly events such a live music and community pint nights, to their highly successful backyard summer concert series. In addition to her role at MAP Brewing, Loy co-founder of Fermentana, a…
 
In this episode we talk to Kevin Baxter, owner of Vivid Festivals, who has over 20 years experience working in entertainment and marketing. Kevin talks to us about his upcoming food festival, The Big Dill, and his goal to build the biggest online pickle brand through events, content and community building.Key Topics:-Building a brand around somethi…
 
In this episode we talk to Joe Hill, a writer, producer and stand up comedian with over a decade of experience organizing live entertainment events. Based in NYC, Joe is the founder of The Come Up, producing live events for comedians and musicians. Joe created The Come Up to share his passion for live performance, building an artist community and n…
 
In this podcast we talk to Amber Gunst, the CEO at the Austin Technology Council, a membership based organization geared toward leaders in the Austin Tech Community. Key topics in this episode include:-How the ATC utilizes events as part of their community engagement and membership strategy. -The challenges of organizing events across a wide rangin…
 
In this episode we talk to Berenice Guzman, event organizer and marketer for Austin City Limits Radio’s summer concert series - Blues on the Green. In the episode Berenice talks about what goes into coordinating a large scale free concert series. We discuss the key costs involved in terms of infrastructure and production, as well as details for pla…
 
In this podcast we talk to Mandi Thomas, Director of Strategic Partnerships at the Downtown Austin Alliance. She manages the events, programming and operations of Republic Square, a community park in downtown Austin frequently used for events.In this episode Mandi talks about what goes into managing a public park and event space. She gives an overv…
 
In this episode we talk to Mark Kwiatkowski who has owned and managed bars and venues for the past 25 years. Mark owns Replay Lincoln Park, a barcade venue in Chicago that’s both a bar and arcade. Mark has had a lot of success running themed pop-up event promotions as part of their promotional strategy. The venue gets converted with a new theme, su…
 
In this episode we talk to Teri Smart, the Vice President of Marketing at Forefront Networks. Forefront is an experiential and entertainment agency designing events that build connections between brands and their audiences. Teri shares how Forefront Networks utilizes the CRM platform Salesforce as a key part of their strategy to maximize the succes…
 
In this episode we chat to Scott Shepard from SDG Events, who talks about coordinating the multi-city food festival Wing-A-Rama. Scott discusses the importance of ensuring the event offers value to his three key stakeholder groups; restaurant vendors, sponsors and event attendees. He also shares his experience growing from a single city to multi-ci…
 
Gerry Brooks is a social media star and an elementary school principal. Through his popular youtube videos focused on real-world educational experiences, Gerry has amassed a social media following of over 1 million people. His most popular viral video this year was viewed by over 10 million, and received national media coverage. Gerry’s relatable s…
 
In this episode we talk to Jimmy Carilo the Creative Marketing Director for World Of Light, an immersive art installation pop-up event debuting in Los Angeles next month. Jimmy shares the challenges and learnings from putting an event of this nature together - working with artists from around the world and transforming a space into an experience th…
 
Gain a deeper insight on event planning for a large Chamber of Commerce membership based organization. Lacy Roesler, Manager of Partner Events and Engagement at the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce, talks about the wide range of events and initiatives she manages for the Chamber. She shares insights from years of event management experience inclu…
 
Abby Sandlin is the Vice President of Marketing and Communications and Forefront Networks in Austin, TX. Forefront Networks has years of experience in live and proprietary events, brand enhancement, and sponsorships.By Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
"Speed dating for live music", as Paul Schomer puts it, embodies the nature of Microsessions. A former NPR musical digital producer, Paul was inspired into action by a musical act that went on way too long because musicians kept being added. The resulting Microsessions has proved to be a great success, with shows in Austin, New York, and soon other…
 
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. With decades of experience running successful events and concerts, Bruce is a great mentor to learn from. Enjoy the history, as well as trie…
 
Clint Kaulfas is a professional gate manager residing in Austin, who loves working in the festival space. Clint has worked with big event production companies and managed the biggest festivals in Austin. In this episode, we talk about (you guessed it) gate management and managing attendees.By Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
Anne Johnson has grown up with a 40 year old Austin favorite - the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar. It's a decidedly Austin event - live music, local art, and a layout that eschews convention. Today on Ticketbud Tidbits we sit down with her to learn about what it takes to keep such a classic event fresh, while also staying in touch with its roots.…
 
Deidra Sibila has run ticketing for everything from Beyonce stadium tours, local festivals and the hometown rock venue. In the introductory episode of Ticketbud Tidbits, we sit down with her to discuss best practices, challenges, and what it means to be a ticketing professional today.By Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
The Ticketbud Tidbits Episode 16 Podcast is with Ever Gonzalez, the Founder of OutlierHQ and organizer of the Outlier Podcast Festival. Hosted by Lisa Carson, Ticketbud Content Marketing Manager. Ticketbud catches up with Ever to chat about the Outlier Podcast Festival coming up in Austin in May and Denver in June. We talk about what makes this fes…
 
Join Ticketbud Tidbids for a chat with Deidra Sibila, an expert in event ticketing. Deidra has done it all from theatre events to concert tours and festivals. Deidra worked for Live Nation for 13 years including corporate touring as Senior National Director of Ticketing for Touring in North America. Deidra managed ticketing for major concert tours …
 
Ticketbud Tidbits interview with Taste of Mexico event organizers Conner Moncrief and Aaron Jimenez from Mexic-Arte Museum.Ticketbud catches up with the event organizers of Taste of Mexico to find out more about their delicious event. We talk about what people can expect from the event, and what goes into putting a food festival such as this togeth…
 
Ep 13 Ticketbud Tidbits - Eric Olsavsky of Pelotonia by Ticketbud - Event TicketingBy Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
Ep 11 Ticketbud Tidbits - Richelle Ouellette of Alchemy Events by Ticketbud - Event TicketingBy Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
In this episode of Ticketbud Tidbits, we discuss experiential marketing and events with Corina Frankie of Brand Besties.By Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
Ep 8 Ticketbud Tidbits - Cindy Lo of Red Velvet Events by Ticketbud - Event TicketingBy Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
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 own ideas, ho…
 
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 word-of-mouth marketing.By Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
My-Cherie Haley is a model, runs a brand agency, sells her own hand-dyed silk scarves, and runs events - a true Renaissance woman. Today we discuss with her the trends in events in 2017, the 3 things every event needs, and her experience as an event planner.By Ticketbud - Event Ticketing
 
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