Australian ticketing agent moshtix has announced key signings and new management hires.
The past six months have seen the company secure the ticketing rights for the Australian Turf Club, Taronga Zoo, Laneway Festival, CMC Rocks, and Melbourne’s iconic The Espy, which is due to reopen later in 2018.
Recent appointments include Kevin Cooper to the newly created role of head of marketing and innovation. Cooper was formerly group marketing and customer technology manager at ALH Group, Australia’s largest pub group and Woolworths subsidiary.
Chief executive officer of moshtix Harley Evans said: “Moshtix has been through a significant investment phase over the past 12 months with an emphasis on harnessing new technologies, building out our marketing capabilities, and attracting exceptional operators to the team. Our mission is to make life easy and there is more to come in the coming months that demonstrates our commitment to making this real.”
Kevin Cooper said of his appointment: “I was very drawn to the energy and passion that moshtix has for what it does, and was extremely excited about the prospect of working with it. Moving from a large enterprise such as ALH was a big step, but the opportunity I see for moshtix to really push the local ticketing industry forward made it an easy decision for me.”