Last year's inaugural Ticketing Symposium was a huge success. This year, we plan to build on that success by providing even more top-line ticketing discussions which will provide insights and examples on how to drive ticket revenue.
Day two will open with the 12th annual Sports Facilities & Franchises (SFF) Conference, which will examine best practices and emerging trends in facility operations, fan engagement, in-venue technology, revenue generation and much more.
Both events are designed for team presidents, CEOs and other C-Level executives (CFO, COO, CIO, CMO), as well as VPs of key functional areas including facility operations and management, ticketing, premium seating, corporate sales and marketing.
In addition to the conference content, attendees will have ample opportunity to network with industry peers throughout the three-day event. On Wednesday, June 6, attendees will enjoy an Evening at the Ballpark when the Miami Marlins host the Atlanta Braves.
Click here, to see some of the most talked about highlights of the 2011 event, including the full video of two sessions in their entirety, along with interviews from a host of speakers and attendees.
What They're Saying About SFF and the Ticketing Symposium
“The pace of change in the ticketing marketplace has captured everyone’s attention. The Ticketing Symposium provides a great venue for information sharing and networking on key topics impacting our industry.”
“The SportsBusiness Journal Ticketing Symposium and Facilities Conference provides unbelievable opportunities for venues and industry leaders to learn about the hottest trends in ticketing from the best and brightest minds in the business. The content is extremely valuable and lives up to the gold standard that SportsBusiness Journal/Daily sets for its conferences and editorial content.”
“The superior content of SBJ conferences and the stellar attendee list speak for themselves."
Devils Arena Entertainment
"As venues continue to be upgraded and revamped, conferences like Sports Facilities & Franchises provide a great opportunity to hear about the latest amenities and technologies. The exchange of ideas helps me to keep a pulse on the industry and gives me a chance to network with my peers in a relaxed and casual environment."
USTA National Tennis Center
"The Sports Facilities & Franchises conference was a valuable experience for the Atlanta Braves and me. The conference featured a multitude of industry innovations and gave us a chance to talk first-hand with other sports leaders from around the country. The conference also provides great networking opportunities outside of the sessions."
Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing