Humbl Inc (Humbl Inc) (OTCMKTS: HMBL) is back in the news. The company has announced that it has inked an agreement with Ticket Evolution. The partnership will give fans, and loyalists access to lower-cost, premium seating experiences across several sectors, including pro sports, college sports, boxing, horse racing, music concerts, theatres, festivals, and other events on the HUMBL Tickets™ platform. The two companies have joined hands and will provide users with customer support, API technology integration, ticketing sales, content marketing, and robust inventory.
Customers will gain access to low cost and high-quality customer service
With the partnership coming through, customers will have access to lower prices and quality customer service in the secondary ticketing market, which depends on technological disruption. Brian Foote, CEO of HUMBL, said. Foote added that the company appreciates the opportunity to work in partnership with a proven B2B market leader like Ticket Evolution.
It has come to light that in due course of time, HUMBL Tickets will aim to move the ticketing markets to blockchain technology by taking advantage of smart contracts with Origin Assurance™. Furthermore, a source informed that HUMBL would make users of its podcast, HUMBL Nation, which will bring to light athletes, artists, and venues around upcoming events on the platform. In addition, HUMBL Tickets aims to partner with subsidiaries like Monster Creative to give users great fan experiences and commemorative ticket NFTs inside the HUMBL Mobile Pay wallet.
Humbl Inc appoints Robert Cornish as Sr. Technology Advisor
Meanwhile, in other news, Humbl Inc has announced that it has appointed Robert Cornish as its new Sr. Advisor, Technology. Cornish has in the past held the position of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Gemini. As CTO, he was responsible for aspects of the business, including technology, developing a technology vision, operations, and delivery across the organization. Before joining Gemini, Cornish served as Chief Information Officer of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). During his stint at the NYSE, he reported to the President of NYSE. He was the leader for information and technology for the exchange, which houses over 2,800 publicly traded companies and more than 1.5 billion shares traded on its platform daily.