New York – SeatGeek, the provider of an event ticket price
forecasting service, has raised $550,000 in new funding, and signed a new
revenue-sharing deal with The Wall Street Journal, TechCrunch reported.
Previous backers, including Founder Collective, NYC Seed, Stage One Capital,
Trisiras Group, PKS Capital and angel investors Arie Abecassis, Sunil Hirani,
Thomas Lehrman, Allen Levinson and Mark Wachen, participated in the funding
Founded in 2009, New York-based SeatGeek has now raised a total of $2
million; the new funds will be used to hire additional engineering talent.
Wall Street Journal will now feature ticketing links to SeatGeek in its online
Sports an Local sections.