Eventbrite, Inc. operates as a technology platform worldwide. Its platform integrates components needed to plan, promote, and produce live events that allow creators to reduce friction and costs, increase reach, and drive ticket sales. The company was formerly known as Mollyguard Corporation and changed its name to Eventbrite, Inc. in 2009. Eventbrite, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is based in San Francisco, California.
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #events--Eventbrite, Inc. (NYSE: EB), a global self-service ticketing and experience technology platform, today provided an update on the company’s event ticketing trends and advance payout program. The month-on-month improvement in paid ticket trends the company experienced throughout the second quarter continued into the third quarter, as paid ticket volumes increased 17% in August compared to July, on top of a 25% increase in July compared to June. The improvement was
SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Eventbrite (NYSE: EB), a global self-service ticketing and experience technology platform, today announced the appointment of Naomi Wheeless to the company’s Board of Directors, effective immediately. A seasoned customer experience and operations leader, Wheeless currently serves as the Global Head of Customer Success at Square, where she oversees one of the company’s largest teams focused on addressing critical customer needs. “Naomi’s proven track record creati
Kevin Hartz is Co-Founder & Partner @ A*, a newly listed special acquisition company which raised $200M to acquire and take public a tech startup. Kevin is also the Co-Founder, former CEO, and Chairman Eventbrite (NYSE: EB). Before Eventbrite, Kevin was the Co-Founder & former CEO of online money transfer service, Xoom (acquired by PayPal for $1.1B). Kevin is also The post 20VC: SPACs. What Are They? Why Now? How Do They Change The Venture Landscape? Are They Better Than IPOs & Direct Listings? How Should Founders Think About Them? Kevin Hartz & Troy Steckenrider @ A* appeared first on The Twenty Minute VC .
Eventbrite (EB), unsurprisingly, has been one of the most unloved stocks in the tech sector all year. Even from the time of its IPO in September 2018 at $36 per share, Eventbrite was never popular with investors. Markets had always questioned the viability of Eventbrite's business model, the stiff competition...