TicketCo’s new partnership team
Have you got a strong network of organisers or artists? With TicketCo TV you can unlock your revenue potential by introducing one of the world’s most innovative payment solutions to your network.
TicketCo TV is the world’s only fully integrated event payments platform and pay-per-view streaming solution. This enables live streaming and video on demand with valuable up-selling, and it enables a combination of physical and virtual tickets to hybrid events.
With our strong market position in Norway, Sweden and with the United Kingdom as our base we are now looking for partners throughout Europe to take the European event industry to the next level via TicketCo TV. For this operation we have gathered a strong team of industry specialists. Please meet David, Paul and Emma.
Head of Global Partnerships
David Kenny joined TicketCo in 2017 as Country Manager in the UK. His way into the event industry started as a bar owner in Nottingham. He was a co-founder of Gorilla Events, and from there he went on to Peppermint Events before joining Freemans Event Partners. Over the years he has worked with great organisers and institutions such as Donington Park, Formula E, U Live, as well as a whole host of leading festivals and sporting events both in the UK and overseas.
Global Partnership Manager
Paul Carey joined TicketCo in 2019 as Key Account Manager. He started his career in the music industry in the late 1990s and worked as personal publicist for David Bowie, Elton John, The Who, David Garrett and Dame Shirley Bassey touring globally. He also worked on large scale international events such as the Womad Festival, The Nelson Mandela Freedom Concert at Trafalgar Square and The Twelve Dreams of the Sun in Giza, Egypt. He holds an MBA on sustainability in the festival industry from the Henley Business School.
Global Business Development Agent
Emma Langeland joined TicketCo in 2019 as Global Account Manager. She is a Norwegian citizen, and moved to London for studies at Middlesex University in northwest London when she was 19. After two years in UK she made her stay permanent. After graduating with a first degree in Business Management with Marketing, she was offered the position as Membership Executive at Tape London.