Origin Tickets becomes Helm Tickets + MailChimp Integration

Back in December, we told our organisers that Origin Tickets would soon become Helm Tickets.

We made this decision for a number of reasons, as well as the new name reflecting our parent company, Helm Squared, it allows us to increase the integrity of our services and ensures that we can protect the brand you’ve come to trust.

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The name change won’t alter the organiser or customer experience of the platform bar improvements! We’ve updated the interface on the system, it’s more powerful and more intuitive, meaning it’s easier than ever to create events and sell tickets.

MailChimp Integration

We’re delighted to announce that alongside the name change and new dashboard, we’ve implemented MailChimp integration and will shortly be releasing integration for HubSpot.

The MailChimp integration means you can connect your account to your Helm dashboard and sync ticket buyers with your subscriber lists.

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What’s next?

We’ve got more updates coming in March, including the functionality to manage customer memberships and take membership fees. We’ll also be releasing support for selling tickets in international currencies.

Our goal is to continuously innovate within the ticketing landscape, delivering the features Organisers request, in a simplistic manner and without caveat. Thank you for supporting our efforts so far and we hope you find the updates beneficial to your event management.

We’re on a mission to make ticketing transparent.

If you’ve got any questions about the name change or updates and how they will affect you or your customers, feel free to get in touch.

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