April 14, 2011

ticketscript and Whos-in collaborate in the Belgium market

London, 14 April 2011 – ticketscript, European leader in mobile ticketing and online self-service solutions and Whos-in, a specialist in badging, visitor registration and access controls, have announced that they have formed a partnership to serve the Belgian events market.

ticketscript will provide Whos-in customers with a plug-and-play ticket shop for the sale of tickets and mobile e-tickets via its website and Facebook page. In addition, the web application opens a sales network of over 300 Free Record Shops in the Benelux. Whos-in expertise in event access solutions will also enhance ticketscript’s current events.

Since 2008 ticketscript have been active in the Belgian market and in September 2010 opened an office in Antwerp. The cooperation of ticketscript and Whos-in strengthens the market position of both organisations, making the partnership a major player in the Belgian market, with customers like Groezrock, Dour Festival, Feest in ‘t Park, Couleur Café, Café d’Anvers. Through international expansion and the addition of the advanced technology of Whos-in, ticketscript will further expand its market position in Europe.

“We are very excited about this partnership. The knowledge and experience of Whos-in within the field of professional access control, is an excellent addition to the online ticketing and promotional expertise of ticketscript,” says Frans Jonker, CEO of ticketscript. “Together we will offer events in Belgium the most comprehensive and advanced solution for ticketing.”

“This partnership allows our complementary services to provide a complete package of services to the events market. The expertise is not only reinforced in Belgium but also in the Netherlands, Germany and the UK, ” said Christian de Decker, CEO, Whos-in. “This innovative approach is a key part of ticketscript’s strategy and Whos-in is fully dedicated to enriching current services with efficient and professional registration and access control systems.”