SeatGeek

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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.

TypePrivate
Founded2009
HQNew York, NY, US
Websiteseatgeek.com
Employee Ratings4.2
Overall CultureC-

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)503(+10%)
Job Openings97
Cybersecurity ratingCMore
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Key People/Management at SeatGeek

Eric Waller

Eric Waller

CPO
Jack Groetzinger

Jack Groetzinger

Founder
Angela Bunt

Angela Bunt

Blog Editor
Brian D. Murphy

Brian D. Murphy

CTO
Angela Rouse

Angela Rouse

Head Of Operations, SeatGeek Enterprise
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SeatGeek Office Locations

SeatGeek has offices in New York, Portland, Karmiel, London and in 1 other location
New York, NY, US (HQ)
902 Broadway
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SeatGeek Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2009

SeatGeek total Funding

$159.9 m

SeatGeek latest funding size

$56.97 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

SeatGeek investors

SeatGeek's latest funding round in April 2017 was reported to be $57 m. In total, SeatGeek has raised $159.9 m
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SeatGeek Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
FanSnapDecember 19, 2013

SeatGeek Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

C

78/100

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SeatGeek Online and Social Media Presence

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SeatGeek Company Culture

  • Overall Culture

    C-

    67/100

  • CEO Rating

    A-

    81/100

  • Compensation

    C+

    74/100

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SeatGeek News and Updates

SeatGeek to Participate at Upcoming J.P. Morgan Third Annual Media and Communications Industry Panel Forum

NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SeatGeek, Inc. (“SeatGeek”) today announced that management will virtually attend the J.P. Morgan Third Annual Media and Communications Industry Panel Forum on Monday, October 18, 2021. SeatGeek’s CEO Jack Groetzinger will participate in “The Re-Return o…

SeatGeek is going public by merging with SPAC RedBall Acquistion in deal with enterprise value of about $1.35 billion

SeatGeek, a mobile tech platform selling tickets for live sporting events, said Wednesday it is going public by merging with special purpose acquisition corporation RedBall Acquisition Corp. in a deal with an implied enterprise value of about $1.35 billion. The company will receive proceeds of $67…

Ticketing Technology Leader SeatGeek to Be Publicly Listed in Business Combination with RedBall Acquisition Corp.

NEW YORK, Oct. 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SeatGeek, the high-growth, mobile-centric technology platform that is transforming the live-event experience for fans, teams, and venues, and RedBall Acquisition Corp. (“RedBall”) (NYSE: RBAC), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company (“SPAC…

Billy Beane’s RedBall SPAC Is in Merger Talks With SeatGeek

Billy Beane’s RedBall SPAC Said to Near Deal With SeatGeek

Playvox Workforce Management Keeps SeatGeek Staffed for Rapid Growth

SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Playvox, the leading CRM-connected omnichannel contact center provider of workforce engagement solutions, announced that SeatGeek, Inc., the leading mobile-focused ticket platform, has partnered with Playvox to implement workforce...

Ticket Marketplace SeatGeek Fanboys Bruce Springsteen While Alienating Its Supply Chain. What Happens When Ticket Sellers Remove Their Inventory In Protest?

What happens to resale marketplace SeatGeek when the ticket sellers who supply their inventory pull it down in protest of how SeatGeek blocked them from buying Bruce Spron
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SeatGeek Frequently Asked Questions

  • 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 503 employees.

  • Who are SeatGeek competitors?

    Competitors of SeatGeek include RazorGator, ScoreBig and Tickets.com.

  • Where is SeatGeek headquarters?

    SeatGeek headquarters is located at 902 Broadway, 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.