Eventbrite Founders Talk About How Startups Can Build a Culture and Also Make Their Luck
Eventbrite is a website that allows event organizers to plan, set up ticket sales and promote events of any size and publicize them across Facebook, Twitter and other social-networking tools directly from the site’s interface.
Eventbrite gives a fresh take at event ticketing and discovery and is becoming big globally. Eventbrite recently raised another $60 million in growth capital financing led by Tiger Global, and including T. Rowe Price. The last funding round was a Series E worth $50 million in March 2011.
At The Next Web’s conference in Europe, Eventbrite co-founder and president Julia Hartz shares the story of how Eventbrite grew from three co-founders in 2006 to hundreds of employees.
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The conference also saw Eventbrite co-founder and CEO Kevin Hartz giving a talk on finding luck through a combination of preparation and opportunity.
Kevin Hartz is popular as an angel investor too apart from his roles in major tech companies like PayPal, Airbnb and Pinterest.
And did you know Youtube started off as a dating website?
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