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E-Commerce Ticketing Western Europe

TicketSwap Raises $10M in Funding

– TicketSwap, an Amsterdam-based online marketplace for buying and selling tickets, raised $10m in funding.
– The round was led by Million Monkeys.
– The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth, add new features for its users, and expand to new markets.

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Computer Software Ticketing Western Europe

Red61 Secures £1.4M in Funding

– Red61 is a Ticketing-as-a-Service provider based in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
– Company secured £1.4m in funding.
– The round was led by venture capitalists Par Equity in partnership with the Scottish Investment Bank.
– The new investment will be used to accelerate time to market delivery; development of their product vision and continued support of ongoing global client acquisitions.

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Business Travel SaaS Software Ticketing Travel Western Europe

TravelPerk raises $160 million Series D to accelerate global growth

– TravelPerk announced it has raised $160m in Series D funding to fuel the next phase of its rapid global growth.
– The round was led by Greyhound Capital and includes participation from existing investors.
– The funding will be used to accelerate TravelPerk’s mission to create the world’s best travel platform, with a particular focus on growth in the US and Europe and on product innovations designed for the changing needs of travelers and small-medium sized businesses post-pandemic.
– TravelPerk is hiring heavily and, after not making any layoffs during the pandemic, it expects to rapidly grow its 500-person team as the travel market grows through late 2021 and 2022.
For more information, visit www.travelperk.com.

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Marketing North America Ticketing Travel

Bandwango raises $3.1M to power tourism- and experience-focused deals

– Bandwango, a startup that helps tourism bureaus sell deals, has raised $3.1m in funding.
– The funding was led by Next Frontier Capital and joined by Kickstart, Signal Peak Ventures, SaaS Ventures and Ocean Azul Partners.
– The company has built a platform called the Destination Experience Engine which is designed for “connecting businesses with communities.”
– The startup is currently focused on providing a white-label solution to its customers (rather than building a consumer deal destination of its own).

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