Stubhub

StubHub (often styled StubHub!) is an online marketplace owned by eBay, which provides services for buyers and sellers of tickets for sports, concerts, theater and other live entertainment events. It has grown from the largest secondary-market ticket marketplace in the United States into the world's largest ticket marketplace. While the company does not currently disclose its financials, it is said to process one sports or entertainment ticket every second and in 2012 had approximately 15 million unique visitors per month.The San Francisco-located company was founded in 2000 by Eric Baker and Jeff Fluhr, both former Stanford Business School students and investment bankers.
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  • F8 2016: Bots for the Messenger Platform Are Here

    … As expected, one of the highlights of Facebook’s F8 global developers’ conference in San Francisco Tuesday was the introduction of bots for its Messenger application. Vice president of messaging products David Marcus provided details on Facebook’s new Messenger Platform (Beta), which gives developers the ability to create bots, along…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 29 readers -
  • Beat the Bots in Advertising

    … I was on the edge of my seat with two browsers open and my pointer hovering over the button that would put me into the virtual waiting room. Foo Fighter tickets in Chicago were as good as mine. Flip of the clock, click of the mouse, and I was waiting …. waiting … frozen … sold out!!! I scrambled over to StubHub, and there were all…

    3Q Digital- 17 readers -
  • 2015: The Year of the In-House Advertiser

    … bible, Crossing the Chasm, will be familiar with the trajectory we are seeing in-house advertising. This year we’ve noted a lot of media buzz around brands like Stubhub and Netflix taking on programmatic, and signs indicate that this adoption will continue as the early majority gets on board. While in-house advertising may not be right for all…

    Nanigans- 12 readers -
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