Nottingham ticketing company celebrates 10 years

Industry professionals, friends and family joined ticketing company Gigantic in Nottingham last week to celebrate a successful decade in business.

2017 has started very strongly with the Lace Market based company on course for its best year of trading to date.

Gigantic founder, Mark Gasson said: “We exist and thrive within an extremely competitive marketplace. To continue to trade, grow and be an important player in this field 10 years on certainly warrants our position within the ticketing industry, especially as we continue to trade against big brand names.

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“It was a delight to mark this achievement in our hometown alongside a mixture of clients, friends and family – all whom have contributed towards our success.”

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 Since its launch in 2007, Gigantic has established an impressive roster of loyal clients and customers, as well as seen its revenue more than treble, and now offers the third largest inventory amongst UK ticketing companies.

Key clients include major event promoters Live Nation, Kilimanjaro and DHP Family as well as offering a complete ticketing solution to key festivals such as Tramlines.

Within the region, Gigantic provides box office systems for DHP Family venues including Rock City and Rescue Rooms, and takes sole responsibility for citycard registrations at Splendour Festival. Gigantic is also the lead ticketing agent for Dinosaurs of China at Wollaton Hall, Southwell Folk Festival and Hockley Hustle.


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Gigantic has also increased its office space by more than 500 percent to accommodate its growth, making its second office move to a two storey purpose built space in Nottingham, and developed a database of more than 500,000 subscribers.