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Helm Squared
Type of businessLimited company
Type of site
Event organisation, ticketing
FoundedPlymouth, United Kingdom
Area servedWorldwide
Launched2015; 7 years ago (2015)
Current statusActive

Helm Squared is a global event management and ticketing platform for event organisers to create, manage, promote, and sell tickets to their events.[1][2]

It charges one single booking fee to event organisers and free event tickets are free to transact.

Founded in Plymouth UK in 2015, Helm was launched by Jon Catney and Luke Chambers as Origin Tickets. [3][4] It changed to Helm in February 2018.

Find Events[edit]

Helm created Find Events, a promotion platform that lists events around the world. Every organiser that lists a public event on Helm gets a promoted listing on Find Events.[5]

South West Digital Awards[edit]

In September 2018, Helm launched the first ever South West Digital Awards. The Awards celebrated and promoted digital excellence in the South West, and were attended by 150 people, including industry leaders, directors, investors, and stakeholders from in and around the South West.[6]

Awards[edit]

Helm has been shortlisted for Small Business of the Year 2019, Best Tech Business, and Entrepreneur of the Year (Jon Catney) at the Plymouth Business Awards, May 2019. [7]

References[edit]

  1. "Meet the millennials making a mint from this simple idea" The Plymouth Herald, retrieved 7 May 2019
  2. "On the radar: Plymouth" Natwest Business Hub, retrieved 7 May 2019
  3. "These are the 22 firms proving Plymouth is a tech industry hotspot" The Plymouth Herald, retrieved 7 May 2019
  4. "Origin Tickets expanding every year!" Plymouth Science Park, retrieved 7 May 2019
  5. "Find Events" retrieved 7 May 2019
  6. "South West Digital Awards shortlist announced" Business Cloud, retrieved 7 May 2019
  7. "Plymouth Business Awards 2019 - full shortlist revealed" The Plymouth Herald, retrieved 7 May 2019


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