Following the widely reported disaster that was last year’s Hope & Glory Festival, Skiddle – one of the failed event’s two primary ticketing outlets – made the ‘unprecedented’ decision to refund each and every snubbed attendee out of its own pocket, incurring a decidedly non-trivial loss of £65,000 in the process. Moves such as this, coupled with the company’s strong editorial voice, unique consumer friendly features and support for positive industry initiatives, suggest that Skiddle is intent on going beyond what is expected of a typical ticketing agent.
Insights recently spoke with Victoria Bamber – Skiddle’s Head of Communications – about the latest developments within the company and the wider festival scene.
Festival Insights: It’s been a couple of years now since we last spoke with Skiddle, at a time when you had just undergone a rebrand and launched your Re:Sell & Cool:Off…
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