Eventbrite Sells $1 Billion Worth of Tickets
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The extraordinarily well-funded San Francisco-based website that gives event organizers all the tools they need to plan, promote, publicize, and sell tickets to events of any shape or size just passed a very impressive threshold. This month, Eventbrite announced its organizers have “collectively earned $1 billion in ticket sales” on the platform. That’s a lot of cash!
To celebrate the occasion, the Eventbrite crew made a timelapse video of themselves acting a “little zay” and saying thank you in a variety of ways to all the online masses that helped them cross the 10-figure dollar mark.
Eventbrite started democratizing the event management and ticket sales industry since way back in 2006. That means organizers who use the website have, on average, sold roughly $166 million worth of tickets every year, $456,600 every day, $19,025 every hour, $317 every minute, and $5.28 worth of tix every second over the past six years.
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