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See change for Nashville

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World News
November 26, 2019

SEE TICKETS is to open its 15th office, in Nashville, just five years after opening its first office in Los Angeles, in 2014.

The UK-based ticketing company, owned by French media conglomerate Vivendi, which also owns Universal Music Group – is the second largest in  its domestic market and has interests across mainland Europe.

See acquired Flavorus (now branded See Tickets) from US EDM conglomerate SFX Entertainment in 2016, and has since trebled its business in the US.

“We remain opportunistic where and when we expand,” See Tickets global CEO Rob Wilmshurst tells Audience. “The US is doing great business and has found a rich seam in indie venues and festivals.”

The Nashville office will be run by See Tickets vice-president of business strategy and partnerships for North America Chris Donohue.

See also has offices in France, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain, and sold more than 20 million tickets last year.

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