Bam! The Summer holidays are over. And the East London tech startup scene is back to work, making deals, raising money and throwing parties.
Eventbrite scoops up London startup Lanyrd and Argentinian startup Eventioz, in a bid for international expansion. These are the events giant’s first acquisitions.
For a company like Eventbrite, which manages ticket sales and audiences for events across the world, keeping up with the constant flow of data and information is a challenge.
In order to recommend new events for its members, online event-management company Eventbrite must build what it calls “implicit social graphs.” It’s just one of many approaches to figuring out what content users want to see.
Where’s the party at? That’s the question Vamos is trying to answer with an iOS app that aggregates and overlays Facebook event data on a map, for real-time and hyperlocal discovery
Amiando, the German-focused ticket sales service owned by business network Xing, has been crowing about its growth. In fact, its stats don’t actually say a lot — but they do serve as a glowing end-of-term report for the soon-to-depart company founders.
The Xing-owned ticketing startup, which powers events such as Le Web, is picking up a new CEO while its co-founders use a well-earned break to plan their next venture
Dave Kashen of Quantum Leading calls for a change in startup culture. He believes that when we operate according to our core values and principles, in pursuit of a vision for the future that inspires us, we maximize our individual and collective well-being.
Eventbrite, a popular service which lets people set up webpages to promote their events and also sell tickets, has raised $50 million in a f…
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