Eventbrite has "supercharged" its footprint in the European live music business with the buy-out of rival self-service ticketer Ticketscript
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Eventbrite's rolling up of its self-service ticketing rivals continues apace with the buy-out of Washington start-up Nvite, whose clients include Google, Amazon and CNN
By IQ on 04 Apr 2017
Eventbrite has acquired Nvite, a self-service ticketing start-up based in Washington, DC.
It is the second buy-out of a rival platform this year, after January’s acquisition of European leader Ticketscript, although on a much smaller scale, and February’s addition of event-management service Queue.
Nvite’s last funding round, in 2014, raised US$1 million, from Crystal Tech Fund and a group of DC-based investors.
Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed.
“We’re inspired by Nvite’s design prowess and the opportunity to bring a more customisable and branded experience to our customers”
“We’re excited to welcome Nvite to the family to join us in our pursuit to of helping millions of Eventbrite customers better market themselves and their events,” an Eventbrite spokeswoman tells Fortune. “They’ve been a valuable partner for some time through our open API and we’re excited to be taking this relationship to the next level.
“We’re inspired by their design prowess and the opportunity to bring a more customisable and branded experience to our customers.”
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