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Eventbrite (http://www.eventbrite.com) secured a Series D round of funding from a set of investors including Sequioa Capital, Tenaya Capital and DAG Ventures. The company is located in San Francisco, California.
Eventbrite is a provider of online event management and ticketing services. Eventbrite aims to make it easy for anyone to hold a successful event of any type and size, and Eventbrite is free if your event is free. If a users sells tickets to their event, Eventbrite collects a small fee per ticket. Per the company, the Eventbrite service includes many features and tools intended to let users perform three basic tasks really well:
Publish: Everything users need to create and easily personalize a custom web page for their event.
Promote: The tools users need to spread the word about their event and maximize attendance.
Sell: The immediate power to sell tickets and collect moneyonline.
Eventbrite is a San Francisco-based company and is backed by the European Founders fund.
This Eventbrite funding from Sequioa Capital, Tenaya Capital and DAG Ventures was detailed in FundingFlash – a comprehensive daily email detailing companies receiving venture capital, growth equity or angel investment funding.