A BRAND NEW EXHIBITION TO THE INDUSTRY
The Ticket Factory is proud to announce they have become the exclusive box office for New Scientist Live, a brand new consumer exhibition to the industry that will be held at London’s Excel.
New Scientist Live will give avid science fans of all ages an exhibition to learn all things science. New Scientist Live will embrace the values of the multi award winning magazine and bring the pages of the world’s most read weekly science and technology title to life. New Scientist Live will touch on all areas of human life. The show will feature four immersive zones covering Brain & Body, Technology, Earth and Cosmos. Exciting!
New Scientist Marketing Director Ben Cordle, said “New Scientist Live is a four day festival of discovery for anyone who’s curious about the world around them. With world-leading speakers, displays and exhibitions, there’s broad appeal, which means we need to work with a ticket provider with a broad reach. We’re very happy to working with Ticket Factory, who offer excellent marketing support and a large customer database, as well as a seamless ticket booking system. We’re confident they’ll play a key role in the success of New Scientist Live.”
The Reed Business Information (RBI-UK) show will run for four days from September 22 to September 25 later this year.
Sarah Whittaker General Manager at the Ticket Factory said, “New Scientist Live, is another show to add to our growing portfolio of off-site exhibitions boosting our presence away from the NEC and reputation as a truly National ticket agency”
Sarah added “New Scientist Live looks to be a major exhibition that will attract science fans from up and down the country. The Ticket Factory is very excited in this new venture and is geared up to ensure that the event becomes a calendar favourite of the future”.
This is the second show The Ticket Factory has won from RBI-UK after a successful first year as the box office for Salon International in October 2015.
For further information on new Scientist Live visit www.newscientist.com/nslive