TicketManager | Sports Sponsors, Teams, and New Technologies Featured At Ticket And Technology Conference

The Corporate Ticket Impact Conference comes to San Francisco to connect businesses and brands to teams, venues, and cutting-edge sponsorship strategy.

Over 500 executives from leading Fortune 2000 companies, professional sports teams, and up and coming sports and ticketing technology firms will ascend on San Francisco July 9th for the 3rd annual Corporate Ticket Impact Conference. The conference, put together by TicketManager in partnership with the Association of Luxury Suite Directors, allows companies like Verizon, FedEx, and Wells Fargo an open forum to discuss the future in sports and entertainment sponsorship, ticketing, and technology with executives from organizations in the NBA, NFL, NASCAR, MLB and NHL.

“The CTIC conference allows execs from top companies to network and connect with major players on the team and technology side with the goal of advancing our industry as a whole,” said Tony Knopp, CEO of TicketManager and Co-Founder of the CTIC Conference. “It’s unlike any conference out there as our goal is to network and communicate freely without the pressure of renewals or vendors selling their wares. CTIC truly has become a community”

Over 60 speakers will be on hand to talk about the future of sports business, but perhaps the most anticipated may be Super Bowl champion Dwight Clark. Clark is most famous for the incredible touchdown catch he made in 1982, but since then he has garnered three more Super Bowl wins as General Manager for the 49ers. “He’s a sports business pro, not just a great player. And as an announcer and analyst now, he’s a terrific speaker with a great story to tell,” added Bill Dorsey, Co-Founder of CTIC and Chairman of ALSD.

Some of the many topics of discussion for CTIC panelists and keynote speakers will include
●    Navigating buyer-seller relationships in today’s world
●    New technologies and advancements in ticketing
●    Deciding which assets to cut or grow in an ever-changing market
●    Compliance and regulatory issues around entertaining at the game
●    How to plan for and leverage big events such as the upcoming San Francisco Super Bowl, The Masters, or the Final Four

CTIC 2015 kicks-off July 8th with tours of the new Avaya Stadium and Levi’s Stadium, home of the 2016 Super Bowl. Expert panels, networking sessions, and keynotes take place July 9th.

“CTIC has become a can’t-miss conference for the sports business, especially for companies who buy tickets, suites, and sponsorships,” said Knopp, “the networking and content is like fitting a year’s worth of research and work into a single exciting day.”

About TicketManager:

TicketManager is where tickets mean business. TicketManager makes company tickets simple by enabling companies to measure the business impact of sports and entertainment assets while staying compliant.

Described as “Necessary in Business” by CNBC, TicketManager offers a variety of web and mobile products to help companies of all sizes use the tickets they own, buy the tickets they need, and stay compliant with all federal, state, and local regulation without adding another layer of red-tape or confusing software.

TicketManager makes tickets available where the business user lives, whether on their mobile device, in their CRM, or through their team and venue partners. TicketManager partners with over 60 professional sports teams and venues as well as industry leading partners, Salesforce.com and Concur, to offer integrated products alongside education. The company is based in Calabasas, CA.