SeatGeek is a company that develops a ticket search engine. The engine aggregates ticket listings for live sports, concert, and theater events and presents them to consumers within an elegant and powerful user interface. Its data engine is geared towards helping consumers identify the best ticket deals. SeatGeek also offers consumers a robust event discovery tool through its Columbus event calendar and Spotify applications, which take into account user preferences and favorited teams and artists in order to generate accurate recommendations of upcoming local events that match a user's tastes and preferences.
|HQ||New York, US||Map|
SeatGeek total Funding
SeatGeek latest funding size
Time since last funding
|4 years ago|
|Accel Partners, Technology Crossover Ventures, Fabrice Grinda, Mousse Partners, Founder Collective, Jason Finger, Glynn Capital Management, Accel, Jose Marin, Causeway Media Partners, Sean Black, Haystack Partners, TCV|
|Company Name||Date||Deal Size|
|FanSnap||December 19, 2013|
SeatGeek has 57.74k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has decreased 0.4% month over month and decreased 0.8% quarter over quarter
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When was SeatGeek founded?
SeatGeek was founded in 2009.
Who are SeatGeek key executives?
SeatGeek's key executives are Eric Waller, Jack Groetzinger and Angela Bunt.
How many employees does SeatGeek have?
SeatGeek has 371 employees.
Who are SeatGeek competitors?
Competitors of SeatGeek include Sohu.com, ScoreBig and Vivid Seats.
Where is SeatGeek headquarters?
SeatGeek headquarters is located at 400 Lafayette St Fl 4, New York.
Where are SeatGeek offices?
SeatGeek has offices in New York, Portland, Karmiel, London and in 1 other location.
How many offices does SeatGeek have?
SeatGeek has 5 offices.
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