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TEG expands its regional influence and restructures

World News
February 6, 2019


Promoting, ticketing and data group TEG has launched a new regional website listing tickets for events across the region, including Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.

TEG CEO Geoff Jones (pictured) said the launch is a “major development” for the region’s live entertainment sector.

“Ticketek Singapore will bring a fresh approach to event ticketing in South-East Asia by allowing consumers and promoters to benefit from having an array of events on a single platform,” he says.

“TEG will also bring extra live entertainment to Singapore and the region promoted by our touring companies.”

The site already lists tickets for regional shows by Eminem, Nickelback and Post Malone.

TEG has also announced a management restructure that unites its ticketing, technology, marketing and product innovation teams into a single unit.

“This restructure will ensure we become even more dynamic in an environment where the live economy is experiencing rapid changes in the way customers want to search for, buy and redeem tickets,” says Jones.

The company’s live music division TEG Dainty is headed by veteran promoter Paul Dainty.

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