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Venues struggling with delayed sales payments need a better ticketing system

by The 100 Companies

As fall calendars fill with in-person events, event planners must deal with a seldom thought-of expense. Most ticketing companies charge a monthly fee and a per-ticket charge, and then hold onto funds for weeks following the event. Community theaters and non-profit organizations struggling to re-open sustainably should explore a new box office solution.

TicketSearch is an alternative that is changing the way tickets are sold and venues are paid. With TicketSearch, sales are deposited daily into the organization’s bank account. Customers can buy tickets online using all the most used pay platforms, including Apple Pay, Google Pay, Stripe and PayPal.

– Steven Garcia, TicketSearch

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