Welcome back to our monthly blog round-up series of 2021, YapStories, where we do a monthly round-up of our best blogs – insightful industry pieces, feature updates, tips & tricks, and resources that present an inside edge to our event presenters in creating stellar yet safe event experiences.
For those who missed out on March blog pieces, here’s a quick catch-up on what’s what.
Blog #1 – Ensuring Regular Safety Protocols At Your Events
Blog #2 – Improving Your Team Efficiency With Our Enterprise-Grade Ticketing Features
Events are only as good as teamwork that happens behind the scenes. Once you’ve streamlined their processes and responsibilities, you can streamline your event management flow. Learn more about how Our Enterprise-Grade Features can make it happen for you.
Blog #3 – Ticketing Features That Are Best Suited For Theaters
With vaccination drives in full swing, many theatres and cinemas are planning to function at half capacity with fully functional safety measures and protocols. With our features such as Invite-Only Codes and Reserved Seating, you can get your shows and performances underway.
Blog #4 – Ticketing Features To Elevate Your Guest Experiences
Hotels and restaurants were the first lines of hospitality entities that were lucky to re-open in 2020 and continue their business with government-regulated Safety Protocols in place. Learn more about streamlining a memorable experience at your hotels and restaurants.
Blog #5 – Features To Streamline Your Concerts & Live Events
We firmly believe in social distancing without social isolation. For event organizers and event attendees, the next few months remain hopeful as theaters have started to re-open after a long pandemic standstill. Concerts and live events can definitely get a head start for planning ahead. Check out our Ticketing Features for creating and managing your live events.
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