Ticketing firm Eventbrite reportedly files for its IPO
Posted on: 23 juillet 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Spotify, Sonos and now Eventbrite: music-related companies are going public at a rate of knots in 2018. According to the Wall Street Journal, ticketing firm Eventbrite has filed confidentially for an IPO to take place later this year, working with Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase & Co on the offering. The confidential nature of the filing means we won’t get the full skinny on Eventbrite’s financials until it publishes a prospectus closer to the IPO.
When Eventbrite completed its acquisition of fellow ticketing firm Ticketfly from Pandora last September, the company said that the combined platforms were on course to process more than 200m tickets globally in 2017, generating around $4bn in gross ticket sales. Eventbrite also said that it was being used by more than 50 million ticket-buyers a year, and that it was powering sales for nearly three million events.
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