Matt Rosenberg, Chief Revenue Officer, Eventbrite – the global marketplace for live experiences – joins the speaker line-up of Europe’s biggest B2B ticketing meeting.

As Chief Revenue Officer at Eventbrite, Rosenberg is responsible for driving customer value, revenue growth and global revenue strategies. Prior to Rosenberg’s promotion to CRO, he led the strategy and growth of Eventbrite’s growing global sales and business development organisation as Senior Vice President.

In 2016 alone, Eventbrite supported more than 2.5 million events, processing about 150 million tickets in more than 180 countries.

Drawing on case studies in the live music space – including Republic Live (a leading Canadian festival promoter) and Ruby Skye (a famed San Francisco nightclub) –  Rosenberg will highlight three key areas of innovation in ticketing: Access, Payments and Distribution.

By leveraging third party integration of APIs from Eventbrite and app stores, these businesses now benefit from critical real-time data.

Meet Matt (alongside 450+ ticketing business leaders) at Europe’s largest and most significant ticketing meeting. Register here.

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