FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 22, 2019
ORLANDO, FL – October 22, 2019 – TicketSocket, the innovator in white label ticketing solutions today announced the appointment of Mark Hodgkin as its new Executive Vice President of Product Innovation. Mark has more than 10 years of technology and sports experience. In this new role, Mark will help TicketSocket continue to build its race registration, attraction timed ticketing and venue access management solutions for customers as well as help TicketSocket further its overall leadership in the growing ticketing industry.
“Mark has a wealth of knowledge and expertise and we’re looking forward to tapping his experience to build on our product team’s R&D efforts, including the development of new and important features and technology integrations,” said Mark Miller, founder and CEO of TicketSocket. “In addition, Hodgkin’s experience in college athletics will be invaluable to us as we continue to grow serving more clients in the sports industry.”
“TicketSocket is at a very exciting stage in its development and given my experience with NeuLion College, I’m well prepared to help this team build on its great momentum,” said Hodgkin. “In order to lead in this fast-growing industry, TicketSocket’s user experience for both selling partners and end users must continue to be top notch, and that takes smart use of user feedback, strong industry knowledge, an excellent UI and UX design, and an organization capable of executing at the highest level,” said Hodgkin.
Mark previously worked as Director of Innovation at NeuLion College and has also worked for the American Athletic Conference, Bryant University and Boston College. Hodgkin received his MBA from Bryant University and attended the University of Texas at Austin for his bachelor’s degree.
TicketSocket is a White Label ticketing company designed to help event organizers sell tickets under their own branding. We are committed to helping organizations to simplify the ticketing process while taking control of their brand, money and data. With a marketing suite for clients, events can grow their database and sell more tickets with social sharing, automated intelligence, and digital ad tools. TicketSocket is currently operating in more than 35 countries and processing over $750 million in tickets annually.
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