The NEC Group's ticketing arm has secured eight major exhibition contracts.
The Ticket Factory has won two of the UK's largest exhibition organisers which have switched their ticketing contracts along with six other shows.
Upper Street Events has moved its entire portfolio from Interchange to the Ticket Factory, including NEC-based events The Cycle Show, Festival of Quilts and The Gadget Show Live.
E-gaming specialist Multiplay has moved its growing portfolio of international Insomnia events from Eventbrite.
Ticket Factory has also secured contracts with Photography Show 2016, Lego exhibition Brick Live 2016, family event Kidtropolis, Family Pet Show 2016 and consumer science exhibition New Scientist Live.
Additionally, the national ticketing agent has secured a contract with Can You Dance?, claimed to be the UK's first touring dance convention.
The convention will use The Ticket Factory to ticket all seven of its regional events.
These events join company's existing exhibition roster which includes Haymarket, which runs Autosport International and The Clothes Show, Crufts and Motorcycle Live.
Managing director Stuart Cain said: "These nationwide and international account wins are born out of our ability to combine e-commerce and digital marketing competencies with the experience we've gained in exhibitions as part of the NEC Group.
"Many of these new wins have international aspirations which allows us to implement our multi-currency, multi-lingual solution."