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Eventbrite links up with the Jo Cox Foundation’s ‘The Great Get Together’

Event technology platform Eventbrite has partnered with the Jo Cox Foundation’s The Great Get Together.

With more than 100,000 community events such as street parties, BBQs, football games or bake offs organised by local volunteers, The Great Get Together said it “aims to organise the biggest neighbourhood celebrations since the Jubilee street parties betweenJune 16-18.

Eventbrite has created customised brand pages and event hubs for both organisers and attendees.

Through the integration, event hosts can create and manage their own community events for The Great Get Together, while also registering them with the national organisation team.

For those who wish to attend a local event, the page provides a central location to find public events in their area.

Marino Fresch, the UK marketing director at Eventbrite, said: “The portal we’ve created for The Great Get Together blends in seamlessly with the campaign’s design and functions as a central events hub that will supply the campaign organisers with data insights and analysis that will help them grow The Great Get Together even further across the UK.

“We believe in the power of events to bring people together to make a difference, and we’re glad that we can be part of this campaign to support Jo Cox’s cause.”

Iona Lawrence, director of the Jo Cox Foundation, said: “We’re delighted to have teamed up with Eventbrite for The Great Get Together. The platform they are providing will be an absolutely invaluable resource in the coming weeks, and will certainly make our lives a lot easier.

“We’ll be able to keep far better track of the many wonderful events taking place across the country and help promote events directly with organisers. It also allows us to find out in lots more detail about what exactly people will be getting up to over the weekend.

“It’s a fantastic resource for Get Together organisers as well, which makes the planning of their event as straightforward and stress-free as possible.”

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