Lee Moulton is Global Head of Partnerships at SeatGeek.com, the leader in mobile-based live event commerce.
Prior to joining SeatGeek, Lee was a founding team member of Breather.com,a start-up providing hourly office and meeting space rentals in metropolitan cities. Breather has gone on to raise $86 million in venture capital and has over 450 locations across 10 cities around the world.
Before his move to the tech sector, Lee spent 6 years at Goldman Sachs working in various capacities including as a Client Strategist for the Chairman & CEO of the firm. He also spent time as a member of the Institutional Sales team in the firm’s Asset Management Division.
Lee is a Founding Director, at Youth Action International, a humanitarian non-profit organization focused on rebuilding war-torn African countries. Lee is also the Founder and Chairman of the New York Courts Partnership, a non-profit organization that supports the rehabilitation of outdoor basketball courts in at-risk neighborhoods.
Harvard Business School – HBX CORe
Amherst College – B.A., Political Science
The days of queues at box office and a single website selling your inventory are long behind us. How are so of top venues in the US using distributed retailers and sales channels to maximise revenue and gain new audiences / fans. In this session Lee Moulton, Director of Commerce Partnerships at SeatGeek, will cover the advantages of a distributed sales model, US sport and US concert case studies, as well as share his perspective on the future of tickets sales in an ever more globalized market environment. Q&A to follow.
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