{{ searchResult.published_at | date:'d MMMM yyyy' }}

Loading ...
Loading ...

Enter a search term such as “mobile analytics” or browse our content using the filters above.


That’s not only a poor Scrabble score but we also couldn’t find any results matching “”.
Check your spelling or try broadening your search.


Sorry about this, there is a problem with our search at the moment.
Please try again later.

TickEx, the UK-based vertical search engine for live events, has expanded across the Atlantic by opening an office in California.

The company, which launched a beta version of its site in the UK in June, says its US version will have 5m tickets in its index when it goes live.

TickEx homepage

It follows a similar move earlier this month by viagogo, the European online ticket exchange.

TickEx, which is privately funded, allows users to browse and compare tickets by searching for artists, venues, cost, date and seat location. It lists items from both primary and secondary sellers.

It says the market for live tickets is worth £2.6bn each year in the UK - but presumably much greater riches await across the pond.


Published 22 August, 2007 by Richard Maven

529 more posts from this author

Comments (0)

Save or Cancel

Enjoying this article?

Get more just like this, delivered to your inbox.

Keep up to date with the latest analysis, inspiration and learning from the Econsultancy blog with our free Daily Pulse newsletter. Each weekday, you ll receive a hand-picked digest of the latest and greatest articles, as well as snippets of new market data, best practice guides and trends research.