CEO of NEC group apologises for ticketing issue at Bruno Mars concert.

NEC Group CEO Paul Thandi has this afternoon (25/04) apologised after a number of people were affected by ticketing issues at the Bruno Mars concert in the Barclaycard Arena last night (24/04).

Mr Thandi, said: “We know there were ticketing issues at last night’s Bruno Mars concert and we apologise to those who were affected – we’re now contacting them directly. We know that our customer communications were not sufficient and we take full responsibility for this and recognise that it was a mistake on our part. We’re communicating directly with affected customers ahead of tonight’s event and have put plans in place to prevent this happening again.”

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