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News July 17, 2018

Moshtix announces key signings and hires from the past six months

Moshtix announces key signings and hires from the past six months

Today Moshtix announced several key signings and hires made within the past six months. This announcement has signalled the Australian ticketing agent’s intention for further aggressive growth.

The past 6 months have seen the company secure the ticketing rights for the Australian Turf Club, Taronga Zoo, Laneway Festival, CMC Rocks, and Melbourne’s iconic The Espy, which is due to reopen later in 2018.

On top of these rights, the company made several high-profile hires. Included in these is Kevin Cooper in the newly created role of Head of Marketing and Innovation. Cooper previously worked as Group Marketing & Customer Technology Manager at ALH Group, Australia’s largest pub group and Woolworths subsidiary.

CEO of Moshtix

Harley Evans – Owner and CEO of Moshtix.

On the latest signings and hires Harley Evans, CEO of Moshtix said ““Moshtix has been through a significant investment phase over the past 12 months with an emphasis on harnessing new technologies, building out our marketing capabilities, and attracting exceptional operators to the team.”

On his appointment, Cooper said “Moving from a large enterprise such as ALH was a big step, but the opportunity I see for moshtix to really push the local ticketing industry forward made it an easy decision for me” They are also promising more news from them in the coming months, Eans added “Our mission is to make live easy and there is more to come in the coming months that demonstrate our commitment to making this real.”

Related: Splendour In The Grass have defended their ticket resale facility

Moshtix was started in 2004 and are responsible for creating Australia’s first authorised ticket resale platform in 2010 with Splendour  In The Grass. Since then they have grown to become one of the leading ticketing agents in Australia with 1.3 million users.

This article originally appeared on The Industry Observer, which is now part of The Music Network.


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