Eventbrite designs and develops an online ticketing platform that helps users promote, manage and host events.
Eventbrite is a public company. Eventbrite IPO date took place in September 2018. Julia Harz is the co-founder and CEO of Eventbrite and has a 68 approval rating from members. Eventbrite’s last round of financing was $ 150 million debt in September 2018. Eventbrite’s most recent acquisition was Picatic E-Ticket Inc. for an undisclosed amount in August 2018. Eventbrite has 5,518 subscribers.
Eventbrite’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Eventbrite top competitors include: Cvent, XING Events , ACTIVE Network, Aventri, EMS Software, USI, Social Tables, EventMobi, Hubb and Ticketbud.
Together they gathered more than 363.5 million people from their approximately 6.9 thousand employees. Eventbrite has 1,094 employees and ranks 3rd among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 796.
- Website: eventbrite.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook
- Founded: 2005
- Est. Annual Revenue: $294.6M
- Est. Employees: 1,094
- Headquarters: 155 5th Street 7th Floor San Francisco, California 94103
Cvent is the main competitor of Eventbrite. Cvent is headquartered in Tysons Corner, Virginia, and was founded in 1999. Cvent is in the field of application software. Cvent generates 135% of Eventbrite’s revenue.
XING Events is considered one of the main competitors of Eventbrite. XING Events headquarters is located in and was founded at zero. XING Events competes in the industry. XING Events generates NaN% of Eventbrite revenue.
ACTIVE was one of Eventbrite’s main competitors. ACTIVE was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Like Eventbrite, ACTIVE Network also works in the IT services industry. ACTIVE has 706 more employees than Eventbrite.