Hosting events was nothing new to Willamette Week, but they found it tough to remain organized throughout the process. Because their events cover a wide array of industries, all with a diverse attendee list, they needed simple and straightforward event pages with a slick check-out process. This lead them to search for a new and innovative ways to sell more tickets.
WWeek wanted a ticketing site that complemented their accounting needs instead of complicating them. Through ImpactFlow payments, their team found a better fit for their record keeping structure that was cleaner and easier to manage.
The ability to fully customize event pages was essential for the brand consistency of WWeek. By using the ImpactFlow software, ticket buyers could find the purchase button with ease, meaning one less email that the WWeek team had to deal with.
WWeek offers their unique services as a potential media partner to those around the Portland community by promoting events. They have also seen a new crop of businesses and clients spring up for their advertising base, which is their main source of revenue.
WWeek’s results from using ImpactFlow were immediate — they enhanced their events, streamlined operations, connected with local businesses, and created a better ticket experience for both attendees and staff. “I know I can trust the IF team to take great care of us as a partner — it feels like they want my events to succeed more than I do! (Which is a lot).” —Steph, Events Director at Willamette Week.
"As someone who produces multiple events in multiple industries each year, the ImpactFlow team has been swift, attentive, generous, efficient and flexible."—Steph, Events Director at Willamette Week
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XRAY.FM is a non-commercial radio station in Portland, Oregon. When they needed help selling tickets, they turned to ImpactFlow.