A Look at Our Event with SeatGeek
PowerToFly partnered with SeatGeek, the mobile ticketing marketplace that puts fan experience top of mind, to present an evening of tech talks and networking at SeatGeek's New York headquarters on January 29th.
Our attendees received a behind the scenes look at SeatGeek's platform including how they are partnering with companies like Lyft to make the fan experience as seamless as possible. PowerToFly cofounder Katharine Zaleski, who moderated the event, also asked each of our panelists how they use their monthly stipend of $120 to spend on live events.
SeatGeek speakers at the event included:
- Jennifer Ogden-Reese, Chief Marketing Officer
- Alicia Gansley, Software Engineer
- Liz Herber, Product Manager
- Matthew Baron, iOS Engineer
- Ryan Lee, Sr. Frontend Engineer
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