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Introducing EventsFrame - Ticketing Reimagined

It's New Years Eve and I'm writing this first blog post before heading up the to the Czech mountains for New Years celebrations and a days snowboarding on New Years Day. We've been hard at work in 2017 building what we believe is the best ticketing system out there and I wanted to kick-start our blog before the New Year.

Our project is EventsFrame, a registration and attendee management system built by an events company for events companies. To kick off our blog our co-founder James Sayer made this video outlining the features of EventsFrame. Our system is simple to use and has the most advanced features available for planning discounts, coupons and early bird offers.

We opened EventsFrame for free events in December and will launch for paid events from 31st January 2018. Check back in to the blog next week for a post on the 'origin story' of EventsFrame showing how we came up with the idea and launched a new software project from scratch.



As a special offer to early adopters anyone who signed up for a free account in January will be entitled to a 20% discount on paid subscriptions FOR LIFE.

Head over to www.appsevents.com to see the system live 

....and of course here's to an amazing 2018 for all - Dan Taylor, EventsFrame CEO

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