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Jamie Snelgrove Joins TopTix UK As Business Development Director

Friday, October 14, 2016   (0 Comments)

London, UK (October 6, 2016) – Karl Vosper, Managing Director of TopTix UK is pleased to announce that Jamie Snelgrove has joined TopTix UK as Business Development Director.
Jamie brings over 10 years’ experience in ticketing for organisations, venues and festivals across the UK and Ireland, including revenue management, marketing, heading up large box office teams, and hands on implementation of complex projects and ticketing systems.  Jamie most recently served as Head of Theatre Revenue Management with See Tickets in London.
“I’m proud of the best-in-class software and support we provide to many important venues and attractions in the UK and Ireland, and I look forward to the contributions Jamie will make, with his experience and professionalism, to expand our client base,” said Karl Vosper.
TopTix is the author of SRO, a web delivered software solution to manage ticket sales, customer marketing activities, CRM, merchandise sales, fundraising, memberships, loyalty, and access control into a venue.   Some leading attractions and museums clients in the UK include: the Royal Collection Trust, The British Library, English National Opera, London Transport Museum, Birmingham REP Theatre and Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
“I’m very excited to join the TopTix UK team and represent such a powerful and flexible software product with SRO. It is rewarding to offer a solution that enables our clients to provide superb customer engagement and generate immediate bottom line results,” added Jamie Snelgrove.
About TopTix, Ltd.
Since 2000, TopTix, Ltd ( has been supplying software for ticketing, fundraising and customer relationship management. Our flagship platform SRO (Standing Room Only) supports over 500 institutions, processing 80 million tickets a year. Our client base including museums, theaters, festivals, stadiums, arenas, sporting organizations, concert halls, and visitor attractions spans 16 countries, including such well known organizations as: Het Concertgebouw and Royal Dutch Football Association, The Netherlands; J. Paul Getty Museum and Ravinia Festival, US; English National Opera and West Bromwich Albion FC, UK; Maccabi Netanya FC and Israel Museum, Israel; AirAsia RedTix, Malaysia; and The Darwin Entertainment Centre, Australia.
Media Contact:
Tom Alexander