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Vennersys to attend NFAN 2022

The NFAN (National Farm Attractions Network) Conference and Trade Exhibition 2022 takes place from 7 – 9 June at the ICC Wales

Vennersys Event

Vennersys, the integrated ticketing, retail and visitor management company, has announced that it will be attending the upcoming NFAN (National Farm Attractions Network) Conference and Trade Exhibition. This event, which takes place at the ICC Wales in Newport from 7 – 9 June, connects NFAN farm and trade members.

Over the course of the three days, farm attraction professionals from across the UK will be meeting to discuss the latest trends and ideas, as well as to check out the latest products and services on the trade show floor. Around 250 operators are expected to attend.

NFAN has over 200 farm members, uniting the farm and rural attraction industry.

Meet the Vennersys team

Attendees will be able to meet the Vennersys team at stand number 101, where they will be on hand to talk about the benefits of choosing Venpos Cloud for farm attractions. 

The company has worked with a number of popular farm attractions, such as Thornton Hall Country Park, Folly Farm, Odds Farm Park, Cattle Country Adventure Farm Park, Park Hall Countryside Experience, Wild N Wacky, Woodside Animal Farm and Little Owl Farm Park.

Venpos Cloud has helped these attractions to streamline operations, and therefore provide an improved visitor experience.

For example, Thornton Hall Country Park implemented the solution to assist with ticket managing, memberships, animal adoptions, reporting, retail and more, all within one easy-to-use platform. Thanks to Venpos Cloud, the operator can now sell advanced & timed ticketing online, meaning that it is able to sell a fixed number of tickets whilst also maintaining safe social distancing in the wake of the pandemic.

Venpos Cloud enables farm attractions to run extensive animal adoption schemes, as well as to manage events, group bookings and membership schemes.

Last month, Vennersys’ business development manager, Megan Thompson, shared insights with blooloop on how the museum sector is recovering post-COVID, demonstrating how the tech firm can assist operators through this challenging time.

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Charlotte Coates is blooloop's editor. She is from Brighton, UK and previously worked as a librarian. She has a strong interest in arts, culture and information and graduated from the University of Sussex with a degree in English Literature. Charlotte can usually be found either with her head in a book or planning her next travel adventure.

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