Ghana’s solution to event ticketing problems in terms of security features has extended its hands into the queen’s home – UK as the company has opened a new branch in London.
This was disclosed to 18newspaper.com in an exclusive interview with the company’s public relations officer in Ghana.
According to the PR of the company – (ticketdoug) he noted that his company can collectively say Ghanaians are warmly accepting the company’s idea of adding uniqueness to events by providing new ways of securing and managing event tickets hence the so far so good which is evident for all through all the event handled by ticketdoug, organizers are always satisfied with their ticket security.
The question 18newspaper asked was, ‘why another branch in London and not here in Ghana?
In the PR’s response he stressed: ‘as part of ticketdoug’s plan of extension both locally and international, making sure all events within the four walls of the world are secured, it already has sub branches from the Volta region down to Accra in Ghana, hence what a way to start building an international brand – (ticketdoug) than in London.
He maintained: ‘currently serving all the Ghanaian communities around London and its environs, ticketdoug can boldly confirm that it is the first local ticket company to establish an international brand and branch in ticketing in this country.’
What this means is that, Ghanaians living in London can purchase or reserve tickets for events locally and those in Ghana travelling to London can also do same with ease, hence a strong unity or bond is now been established between two countries.
In his final words, the Public relations officer lamented that soon to be outdoored will be new tickets outlets, new and modern security features with management methods plus the London branch, so event organizers together with their lovers should be part of this by visiting: www.ticketdoug.com for all updates.
With the birth of ticketdoug, event ticketing has become so reliable and fast, 18newspaper.com congratulates them on their new branch.
Story: Nana Yaw Wiredu/www.18newspaper.com