After entering the Plymouth Business Awards 2019 in February we are excited to announce we have been shortlisted as finalists for the following categories: Best Tech Business, Small Business of the Year and that Jon Catney our CEO has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Young Business Person of the Year category.
8:30pm (in your local time) on Saturday 30th March is Earth Hour. This is a climate change initiative aimed at raising awareness of how much electricity we use. Millions of people will be turning off their lights to mark it.
There are new event pages going up daily on Helm Tickets, and there are always even more people looking for events to go to. So what makes certain event listings and pages more successful than others?
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After a busy couple of weeks back in the office after the fun of Christmas break, we decided to take a look back on what was an incredible year for Helm Tickets: from amazing new features to new members of the ever-growing team. It was a year of hard work and graft, as well as a year of fun and laughter.
When organising events and selling tickets we all know that some refunds can be inevitable and unavoidable. We also understand how frustrating it can be when you need the funds from ticket sales to help with cash flow and pay for your event expenses.
This is why we’ve created a new feature for you – Partial Refunds.
The Chestnut Appeal, based in Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, has been at the forefront of raising awareness about prostate cancer, as well as other male cancers such as testicular and penile cancer, across the South West since 1999.
After all the excess of Christmas and looking ahead to the New Year, many of us will have the New Year’s resolution to improve our fitness or to shift a few extra pounds. This is the perfect opportunity to amp up your marketing for your class ready for January.
Eco-awareness has boomed in the last few years. With the catastrophic levels of plastic pollution and greenhouses gasses, businesses of all levels, from small startups to huge corporations, are now taking it upon themselves to be more eco-conscious in how they direct business and events.
There are copious amounts of websites that will offer to list your event and help your event reach a larger audience. So, in theory, boosting sales for your event. Unfortunately, too often organisers are left feeling that the time taken in creating the event listing was not worth it due to lack of increased sales.