Month: November 2018

TEG announces major Philippines ticketing acquisition

TEG has today announced the acquisition of TicketWorld, a leading ticketing company in the Philippines. Founded in 1995, TicketWorld is a specialist live event ticketing provider for events of all sizes, offering a full suite of ticketing and marketing services. TicketWorld has ticketed a number of major international concert tours, including Guns N’ Roses ‘Not In …

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Ticketek Marketplace offers ethical ticket exchange for Australian consumers

TEG has today announced the launch of Ticketek Marketplace, an ethical ticket exchange for Australian consumers. The new platform will go live later this month at www.marketplace.ticketek.com.au Ticketek Marketplace is a secure online portal where customers who have previously purchased from Ticketek can quickly and easily list their tickets for sale. The key features of Ticketek Marketplace include; Customers …

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Boomers v USA Game 2 sold out for 2019 series at Marvel Stadium

Game Two of the Australian Boomers’ historic two-game series against USA Basketball at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne on Saturday 24 August 2019, promoted by TEG Live, has officially sold out, with limited tickets remaining for Game One on Thursday 22 August 2019 and selling fast. Since going on general sale in late August, over 90,000 …

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Melbourne Cup divides the nation along gender, employment and state lines

The Melbourne Cup, the race that stops the nation, also divides Australians along gender, employment and state lines, according to a survey by TEG Insights, home to Australia’s largest consumer research panel of 1 million people. The October Omnibus surveyed 1,000 people and found some fascinating trends about attitudes and habits ahead of Melbourne Cup …

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