XING Events announced that it has expanded its product portfolio and now offers services for all phases of a business event. Apart from the product enhancement, XING Events has also introduced new features such as an improved online presence as well as a free ticketing tariff within its pricing model.
In order to align the XING TicketingManager (formerly known as “amiando”) even more with the needs of seminar, conference and trade fair organisers, XING Events has developed a new tariff model. The new basic tariff works on the "free for free" principle, i.e. no fees for free events. In addition to free use of the ticketing software as well as the continued Business tariff for self-service ticketing, the professional tariff offers individually-tailored solutions for the organisations of complex trade shows and conferences.
With the new product enhancements, XING Events now offers solutions for all phases of event management under one roof: Prior to an event, organisers reach their target audience on XING, the social network for business contacts & provide their attendees with a ticket shop. During the event, organisers are provided with and supported by a host of solutions for every conceivable entry management scenario. Afer the event, XING Events, in conjuction with the XING groups, furnishes opportunities for customer relation management well beyond the actual event itself. The continued development of the product portfolio has been made visible with a new and improved internet presence and has made itself felt in the ticketing tool.
“The decisive factor in the repositioning was to support event organisers at each stage of a business event with the right solution,” says Prof. Dr. Cai-Nicolas Ziegler, CEO of XING Events GmbH. “We have reached a milestone with our enhanced product portfolio and the new tariffs for differing needs when using the XING TicketingManager. The feedback from our customers as far as the new website and “look-and-feel” of the XING TicketingManager is thoroughly positive – we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you.”