SeatGeek Stock

seatgeek.comConsumer & LifestyleFounded: 2009Funding to Date: $501.74MM

SeatGeek is a mobile ticketing marketplace that allows users to buy and sell tickets to sporting events, concerts, and theater. These users can browse the listed events from a search engine, view interactive seat-maps, complete purchases, and receive electronic or print tickets, all on SeatGeek's platform. SeatGeek was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

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Team

Management Team

Jeff Ianello
Executive Vice President, Client Partnerships
Jack Groetzinger
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Russell D'Souza
Co-Founder
Danielle Du Toit
President
Brad Tacy
Chief Financial Officer
Eric Waller
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Technology Officer & CPO
Brian Murphy
Co-Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

David Glynn
Glynn Capital
John Locke
Accel
David Frankel
Founder Collective
Steve Hafner
Daniel O'Keefe
TCV
Laurel Richie
Board Member

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News

Ticketing platform SeatGeek announced today that it had raised $238 million privately as part of a Series E funding round.
SeatGeek on Wednesday agreed to go public in a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company, backed by baseball executive Billy Beane of "Moneyball" fame, giving the online ticketing firm an enterprise value of $1.35 billion.
SeatGeek on Wednesday agreed to go public in a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company, backed by baseball executive Billy Beane of "Moneyball" fame, giving the online ticketing firm an enterprise value of $1.35 billion.