Tiqets unveils new programme to support economic recovery of museums and attractions

By 11/06/2020June 4th, 2021No Comments

Tiqets, online booking platform for museums and attractions, has launched the venue Recovery Package, including new and improved features to support their partners to bounce back post-quarantine and welcome visitors back to culture.

As museums and attractions are beginning to reopen, many are faced with limited funds and a lot of work ahead to safely welcome back enough visitors for their business to survive. Tiqets Recovery Package is designed to help venues meet new safety and communications demands without additional costs while they recover economically.

The package will help museums and attractions to adjust quickly to new capacity, safety and communications requirements. It also includes new features to increase revenue per customer, so that museums and attractions can drive enough funding to survive even with reduced capacity limits. Especially as many venues face frozen budgetsor furloughed staff, this package will help museums and attractions reopen with the support of the Tiqets data insights, technology and expert staff.

The company has worked fast to expand its time slot-based ticketing options so that venues of all sizes can embed the company’s booking engine on their website to meet new capacity requirements. It is waiving the commission fees for venues to use this platform at no cost until they’re back on their feet.

Luuc Elzinga, president of Tiqets said: “It’s our mission to make culture more accessible again by helping people rediscover and enjoy museums and attractions around the globe.” The new offering was the result of intimate roundtable discussions with more than 400 venue partners over the last several months.