A-WC in women’s ice hockey
18. August 2022
Together with Denmark’s Ice Hockey Union, Venue Manager has been responsible for setting up the ticket system for the sale of tickets for the upcoming A-WC for Women in Ice Hockey, which will be played in Herning and Frederikshavn. The ticket system is set up in our standard Customer Management for sports clubs.
In women’s ice hockey, the World Cup is the biggest international tournament besides the Olympic Games. For the second time in a row, Denmark is participating together with the 10 best countries in the world.
The Danish national women’s ice hockey team became nationally famous when they impressively qualified for the Olympic Games, which were held in 2022. Their participation at the upcoming A-WC is yet another confirmation of how strong the Danish ice hockey women are, and the greater attention only helps to develop the sport further.
“We really want to contribute to the growth of women’s sports, and be a pioneering company for the digitization of women’s sports. Therefore, it is also a huge honor and a heart-felt task for us to be in charge of the ticket sales for the WC in a sport where women are really on the way forward.”
“As I said, we would like to contribute to the growth of women’s sports on the digital front and be a pioneer in this, so it was obvious to step in when Thomas Bjuring needed a helping hand. We have both the platform and the experience to run a ticket sales at an international level”
Says Mathilde Kjerulf Ravn (Product Manager, Venue Manager), who has been the driving force behind ticket sales for the IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship 2022 and who, in close partnership with Thomas Bjuring (Commercial manager, Danish Ice Hockey Union), has ensured that people from the whole world can come to the final round in Frederikshavn and Herning.
– It’s always great to work in one of our products and be allowed to set something up from scratch, and when it’s also in connection with women’s sports, it all just adds up to a higher unity, says Mathilde Kjerulf Ravn.