Peatix, the simplest and smartest way to sell tickets and collect registrations online, is now officially in Malaysia with the Malaysian Ringgit payment option.
From conferences to concerts, workshops to networking sessions, Malaysian organisers – you can create your own customised event page in minutes. This is possible even from your mobile phones. Promote your event through a variety of powerful, built-in tools including event discovery and recommendations, discounts to boost social media activity and automated notifications to your past attendees.
Founded in 2011 by a team originally from Amazon.com, Peatix has since supported more than 25,000 events worldwide. Peatix offers “more than a ticket,” with the innovative EventAd system that connects sponsors with attendees and the patent pending ColorSync that checks in attendees securely and quickly.
“We’re thankful to Malaysia for the warm welcome so far, having partnered events including the Young Entrepreneurs’ Conference by Alliance Bank BizSmart Academy and the Amazon Web Services Technology Day in Kuala Lumpur, along with TEDxWeldQuay and the Maker Villa in Penang,” said Peatix Head of Asia, Emi Takemura. “We will continue to work closely with organisers of more TEDx events like TEDxPetalingStreet, and we are excited to be collaborating with MaGIC Startup Academy.”
Attendees can book tickets online easily – no more queuing! Electronic tickets are sent via email and also directly to the free Peatix apps on iOS and Android. Ticket buyers can rejoice because they never have to pay any handling or booking fees.
The Peatix team is positive about more organisers coming on board in the months ahead, especially with a pocket-friendly pricing system that does not charge service fees but only payment processing fees of 2.9% and 4.99MYR per transaction. Peatix features including ‘Contributions’ and ‘EventAd’ also help organisers bring in extra revenue.
“Offering Ringgit payments is the first step of a process to make Peatix the easiest ticketing platform to use in Malaysia,” explained Emi. “We always listen closely to our organisers to understand what makes their lives easier. We look forward to bringing improvements and innovations to Malaysia’s event community.”
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