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Eventbrite appoints new Managers to its Australian Business Development Team
Eventbrite, a global ticketing and event technology platform that powers millions of events, has appointed two new Senior Business Development Managers focused on the Australian conference and festival sectors.
Emelia Hinge joins Eventbrite following stints at Federation Square, Visit Victoria and the Canberra Convention Bureau, where she developed deep experience understanding the unique needs of event creators in the conference and registration space.
Of her appointment, Hinge advised “this role offered a compelling opportunity to combine my experience and passion for helping build outstanding conference and registration events, with game-changing technology. I believe Eventbrite is Australia’s most powerful end-to-end event solution, and I’m excited to help more event creators discover ways the platform can transform their events.”
Also joining the team is Rohan Lawton, who brings close to 20 years’ experience creating some of Australia’s most-loved sporting and endurance events, having held various roles with Tennis Australia, Cricket Australia, Active Network and IMG.
With this appointment, Lawton said he was pleased to have the opportunity to use his extensive industry experience to help event creators across Asia Pacific create and grow successful events adding “I’m thrilled to be joining this high achieving, dedicated team, and I’m looking forward to helping festival and event directors leverage Eventbrite’s industry-leading technology to grow their businesses.”
In 2019 alone, Eventbrite powered more than 330,000 local events and processed more than 16 million tickets in Australia, representing 20% year-over-year growth.
Eventbrite Asia Pacific General Manager Josh McNicol, said he was pleased to support Eventbrite’s Australian growth with the appointments of Hinge and Lawton, who brought a new level of major events experience to the team and noted “for Australian event creators who are looking for an edge in building show-stopping events that attendees keep coming back for, choosing a ticketing partner with a wealth of industry experience has never been more vital.
“Emelia and Rohan bring invaluable experience supporting some of Australia’s largest and most successful events, and we’re thrilled to welcome them both to our growing team.”
29th January 2020 - Eventbrite Australia launches 2020 Event Trends Report
21st August 2019 - Eventbrite research reveals Australia’s event trends
20th March 2019 - Eventbrite announced as official Ticketing Partner of Vivid Sydney 2019
3rd March 2019 - Eventbrite expands into Asian ticketing market
28th February 2019 - Cancelled Mountain Sounds festival owes Eventbrite almost $900,000
5th August 2018 - Consumer exhibition organiser EEA announces Eventbrite partnership
14th December 2017 - Eventbrite and Twickets announce ‘fair’ ticket resale initiative
6th September 2017 - Eventbrite research shows Australians believe events inspire positive change
7th July 2017 - Eventbrite opens New Zealand office
9th December 2016 - Eventbrite and Bandsintown partner to Connect Concert Creators to Music Fans
18th November 2016 - Eventbrite shares tips for engaging employees with events
17th August 2016 - Eventbrite research shows Australians love festivals
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