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Eventbrite opens Manchester office

Global self-service ticketing platform, Eventbrite, has expanded its UK presence with the opening of a new office in Manchester.
 
Leading marketing efforts in the Northwest, the firm has appointed Rakhi Sinha (pictured) as regional marketing manager at to drive the growth of live events in the region.
 
Sinha brings additional event expertise as the founder and director of Chorlton Bazaar, a quarterly event promoting independent designers, musicians and caterers from across the region.
 
“As a native and current resident of Manchester, I’m incredibly passionate about this city and the surrounding areas,” said Sinha. “There is a real ‘make it happen’ attitude in this city and I’m looking forward to fuelling that spirit with a company that mirrors this mentality and empowers people to come together through live experiences.”
 
Renaud Visage, co-founder at Eventbrite commented: “We’ve seen tremendous international growth in the last couple of years, and believe in the power of having local, authentic presence in key markets. Our data shows us that Manchester is a market with an entrepreneurial spirit and vibrant culture, so we are thrilled to now have feet on the ground, and to help this vibrant community further grow the live experiences market.”
 
The company’s first UK office is in London – Eventbrite’s third largest market after New York and San Francisco.

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Eventbrite opens Manchester office

Global self-service ticketing platform, Eventbrite, has expanded its UK presence with the opening of a new office in Manchester.
 
Leading marketing efforts in the Northwest, the firm has appointed Rakhi Sinha (pictured) as regional marketing manager at to drive the growth of live events in the region.
 
Sinha brings additional event expertise as the founder and director of Chorlton Bazaar, a quarterly event promoting independent designers, musicians and caterers from across the region.
 
“As a native and current resident of Manchester, I’m incredibly passionate about this city and the surrounding areas,” said Sinha. “There is a real ‘make it happen’ attitude in this city and I’m looking forward to fuelling that spirit with a company that mirrors this mentality and empowers people to come together through live experiences.”
 
Renaud Visage, co-founder at Eventbrite commented: “We’ve seen tremendous international growth in the last couple of years, and believe in the power of having local, authentic presence in key markets. Our data shows us that Manchester is a market with an entrepreneurial spirit and vibrant culture, so we are thrilled to now have feet on the ground, and to help this vibrant community further grow the live experiences market.”
 
The company’s first UK office is in London – Eventbrite’s third largest market after New York and San Francisco.

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