How Mobilisaction-Jeunesse managed to sell 977 tickets 🎟️ via ActivityMessenger

Michael Shpigelman
21 September 2022 2 min read

It all started with a website. Before joining AM, I was freelancing and had a website to create for “La beauté sauvera le monde” event. By connecting the dots, together with team, we’ve figured to offer our event platform and develop our scanning app to satisfy their event needs.

We also had the opportunity to go enjoy their event and the opportunity to test our ticket scanning application directly at the event. Here is how we managed to effectively use the combination of online and offline tools to sell tickets and run the ticket scanning efficiently.

Allow tickets selling in the waiting line

By having our form QR code clearly visible, participants were able to purchase tickets while waiting on the line, which prevented them from glugging the entry and the ticket counter.

Shoutout to ZONE-C communications for making sure the design and communications were top notch.

Scan tickets in the waiting line

We were four people with a typical smartphone, which allowed us to simply add the scanning app to our phone and gave us the capability to scan tickets at ease directly in the waiting line. As a consequence, it released the pressure at the front door. It was so efficient that we could handle big groups of 20-30 people at the same time.

Hand bracelets to avoid confusion

Instead of rescanning the people that have already entered the venue, we’ve decided to hand out bracelets to clearly distinguish between those that have paid and those that have not.

Email automations & event tickets

To avoid confusion before the event, we’ve helped to programme an automated email that was sent 24 hours prior to the event and which included a handful of useful instructions. Also, the event tickets were clearly distinguished to facilitate recognition thanks to our event ticket form builder.

If you want to learn more about how to create events forms with AM click here.

Written by Michael Shpigelman Mike is a builder. An intermediary between humans and technology. A wizard of inner workings and secret language. One of the original co-founders of MAKECHAMP in 2012, programming runs in Michael’s blood. When he was just 10 years old, he had already built a website on his own. Needless to say, his work has improved somewhat since then.

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