ComeTogether announces MAZI.live
As the live events industry struggles to stay alive during the COVID-19 pandemic; event organizers, performers and associated industry organizations are coming together to look for solutions to start again. The safety of patrons is the key to being able to bring people back together to enjoy live music or any other type of performing arts. MAZI.live has been created to do this for Greece. Working in conjunction with industry players Detox Events, Above the Hood and Emergency Help, ComeTogether is leading this consortium.
The live events industry in Greece alone is responsible for €300 million annual turnover and the employment of 150,000 – 200,000 individuals across the country.
Detox Events is a leading event producer primarily focused on festivals and has been present in the Greek market for over 19 years. “The complete closure of all face-to-face events for the majority of the last year has caused extensive harm to the livelihood of everyone employed in the events business.” said Giannis Paltoglou, Ejekt Festival -Detox Events. “The people employed by these events are an important contribution to the economy of Greece as many tourists travel to attend them in addition to local participants.”
Above the Hood is a record label founded by a group of Greek rap artists. In 2019, they had the most popular YouTube video in Greece and currently have more than 200 million views on their channel. Emergency Help provides an international network of health care services including first responders, nursing and doctors, telematic medical services and event support.
ComeTogether provides a blockchain-based event ticketing and a COVID-19 passport app (BackTogether), which is available as a module in conjunction with the ComeTogether app or as a stand-alone solution. “Bringing people back together is important not only for the livelihood of all those involved in the live events industry, it’s important for social interaction and the mental well-being of individual patrons,” said Lazaros Penteridis, CEO, ComeTogether. “The live events industry needs to take a stand to bring us all back together.”
MAZI.live will be bringing other industry players and government organizations into the consortium. The group plans to develop a blueprint to safely restart live events including a health passport app, personalized tracking capability to ensure social distancing and a set of guidelines for safe management of live events. The use of blockchain ensures that all data privacy is strictly maintained to protect sensitive information and guard against forgery.
If your organization is interested in participating, you can learn more at https://mazi.live or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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ComeTogether is an event ticketing, fraud elimination and secondary market revenue management tool. An EOSIO blockchain ticketing en-gine controls the entire lifecycle of a ticket - initial sales, resales, ticket validation via a dynamic QR code. Learn more at https://cometogether.network/
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