Wildgoose announces new global licensing partners

Wildgoose events has announced four new licensing partners in Belgium, Portugal, Switzerland and Canada as it continues to grow its global presence.

Jonny Edser
Jonny Edser

Having licensed its technology since 2013, Wildgoose is adding to a list of existing licensing partners across the globe including the USA, New Zealand, Singapore, Dubai, and Australia.

The new licensees are either upgrading from another solution, or making the move across to a technology platform.

Jonny Edser, managing director at Wildgoose commented: "Our app has helped our business grow by over 450% since 2010, and naturally there are other events companies out there who want to replicate what we have achieved, without having to make the colossal investment like we did, in order to ensure we remained at the forefront of the events market."

Edser added: "Our licensing partners are buying into a unique arrangement with Wildgoose in that they not only benefit from our event technology, but also from our event experience. We support them to make their businesses better - it’s a win-win partnership.

"As we grow our business through our London, Hertfordshire, New York and Edinburgh offices, licensing has become a significant part of our ambitious growth plans, alongside learning and development programmes and creative onboarding & orientation solutions."


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