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You’ve confirmed your sponsors, secured a venue, and nailed down your entertainment. Now it’s time to promote your event. With two billion users, Facebook is the place you need to advertise. But whether you are an experienced social media marketer or brand new to the business, Facebook advertising can be tricky. You don’t have to go […]

The post How to Learn Facebook Advertising in Two Weeks appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog.

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Our 2019 Pulse Report survey is now live! For the last four years, the report has been a go-to resource for event organisers across the UK and Ireland. This year, we published our fourth annual Pulse Report and the 2018 edition was jam-packed with industry insights, opinions and expert commentary. Over 1000 event professionals across conferences, […]

The post 2019 Pulse Report: Get Involved in Our Annual Industry Survey appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog.

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This is a guest blog by Aliyah Hasinah – a Birmingham-based events curator, podcaster and producer who featured in our recent video project GenerationDIY. The events she runs focus on ensuring that people of all backgrounds, particularly those under-represented by Birmingham’s art centres and institutions, have a space where they can express themselves and share their […]

The post Guest Spot: The Changing Face of Birmingham’s Venue Scene appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog.

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There is growing evidence that the UK is becoming warmer and wetter. For organisers of spectator sports like football, cricket and golf these changing weather patterns could soon present huge challenges. According to Tanya Steele, CEO of WWF and a member of The Climate Coalition, the sports we love could be “irrevocably changed” in the […]

The post Why Climate Change is Becoming a Game Changer for Spectator Sports appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog.

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Deciding to host an outdoor event in the UK or Ireland will always be a roll of the dice when it comes to weather. But while you can only hope for the best, it is prudent to plan for the worst. This is something Peter Elliot, Past President of Kinsale Rugby Football Club, knows all […]

The post Kinsale Sevens Festival – A Case Study in Wet Weather Resilience appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog.

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To Eventbrite creators around the world, From the beginning, our vision for Eventbrite was to harness technology to help anyone sell tickets to events. We did this because we firmly believed in the power of human connection and the magic that happens when people get out from behind the screen and gather in real life. […]

The post Embarking on a New Chapter appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog.

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This is a guest blog by Jo Bligh – a curator, producer and Artistic Director of Thorny, a platform for the underrepresented voices of Bristol (UK) and beyond. They have a background in arts, culture and digital working with organisations like Artsadmin, Spike Island & Watershed, and regularly speak on panels about live art, inclusion […]

The post How to Run Inclusive Events – An Organiser’s Top Tips appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog.

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This is the second interview feature in our Lessons in Successful Fundraising series profiling successful charity event organisers to learn how they unite supporters for their cause. Can piggybacking on third-party events give charities all the fundraising rewards with less of the risk? For Sue Ryder, the strategy is paying dividends. As Senior Event Manager […]

The post Lessons in Successful Fundraising – An Interview with Sue Ryder appeared first on Eventbrite UK Blog.

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