If you would like to request a demo of thinkBooker or simply to find out more information, please fill in the form below and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
Get your booking process right and it'll have a huge impact on your customer experience, helping to grow your all-important customer loyalty. Read more here.
In this feature we explore the reasons why football camps remain such a popular activity for kids and how to best maximise their potential. Read more.
Booking confirmation emails are a vital part of the booking process. Read our short guide to what you need to include in your emails so they add true value.
In this article we look at 3 training course marketing tactics to help you increase brand awareness, reputation and the number of bookings onto your courses.
Too much admin in your course bookings and management eats time and impacts your ability to grow and win new business. Read on to find out how to change this.
Did you know that waiting lists in your online booking system can help increase bookings, improve insight, maximise revenue and retain customers? Read more here
Why are reminder emails so valuable when taking and managing course bookings? Read how they can help increase engagement, revenue and customer retention.
At thinkBooker we help organisations create booking solutions that allow their partner providers to set-up and manage products and access data. Read more here.
In this article we explore ways in which universities can be tapping into their natural resources to generate new, important revenue streams for the future.
With the prospect of a surge in demand for kids sports, clubs and activities, your booking system should be helping your business flourish. Read more here.
What is the future of course delivery for online training providers? In this article we examine how face to face courses will still have a place in the sector.
We look at how a course management system helps training providers to maximise returns while reducing the inefficiencies that holds them back. Read more