The Meet and Code initiative has now launched in the UK after great success across Europe.
Youth-organisations can apply to run their own fully-funded coding event to help young people develop a new and useful skill.
Whether your an organisation that would like to or already do run a number of events, Eventbrite is a brilliant product for making this easy to do.
Cardboard Citizens is a charity providing a creative hub for excluded people. They run tours around the whole of the UK, with performances in theatres, hostels, day centres and prisons.
One of the many challenges involved in such an undertaking is to produce professional marketing and publicity materials on a fraction of the budget that might be available in the commercial sector.
So you’ve booked the venue, planned your event’s content and set up your Eventbrite event page for registration and ticket sales. Nice one! Now you just need to let people know that your excellent event is taking place. Where to start?
Free of charge and used by billions of people every day, social media is an obvious starting point for event marketing. But if you’re setting up brand new profiles and don’t have an existing audience, or you want to increase your audience size, how do you get more people to follow you?
Eligible charities can now receive £200 in organiser ticketing fee credit to use on the Eventbrite ticketing platform.
Eventbrite provides a cost-effective, innovative ticketing platform and range of powerful tools that help event organisers manage, promote and sell out their charity events. The platform makes it easy for event goers to search for and buy tickets, and to share events online. Charities can use the platform to claim Gift Aid on ticket sales and donations.