Secondary Ticket Brokerage: Venture Capital and M&A Valuation Trends and Investments

Mergers and acquisition (M&A), venture capital (VC), leveraged buyout (LBO), private equity (PE) and angel investor transactions have become more apparent in the past several years in the secondary ticket brokerage market. The purpose of the transaction report is to present current M&A, VC, LBO, PE and angel investor transactions including a trend analysis on deals within the past five years. The report will also present the most recent M&A and VC agreements announced in the industry, recent notable deals and a detailed insight into transactions in the international resale market. Venture Capital Trends Creating funding deals with ticket pricing firms is a strategy of VCs to help startup brokerage firms become more profitable. U.S. VC transaction value increased from $57 million to $229 million between 2015 and 2016 and declined to $164 million in 2017.[i] In 2016, several startup ticket brokerage firms gained funding to explore more in resale markets. However, VC…

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