See Tickets

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See Group Ltd
See Tickets
Industry Live Entertainment
Founded 1991 as Stoll Moss Ticketing
Acquired Way Ahead in 2002
2004 rebranded as See
16 October 2007 See Group Ltd incorporated
Headquarters Nottingham, England
Area served
Live Entertainment and Ticketing Systems
Key people
Rob Wilmshurst, CEO
Products Ticketing technology, Ticket Sales, Ticketing Services, Marketing, Distribution of event tickets and information
Revenue €36 million (2014)[1]
Parent Vivendi

See Tickets is the trading name of a British ticketing services company owned by Vivendi SA. See Tickets Head Office is on Upper Parliament Street in Nottingham. It also has smaller offices in London and Los Angeles.

See sells and distributes tickets for West End Theatre, music, festivals, sport, comedy and lifestyle events. Notably See sold all 150,000 tickets for the 2015 Glastonbury Festival in 29 minutes.[2]

Clients include Really Useful Theatres, SJM Concerts, Festival Republic, BBC, Ryder Cup (UK) and the International Tour, Media 10, and Secret Cinema.[3] Over 3,000 clients were served in the 12 months to December 2014 and gross sales were over £350 million during that period.

In September 2011, Vivendi announced it had acquired See Tickets UK from Parcom, a Dutch private equity firm.[4]

See also owns Ltd a ticketing software house who provide the SeeThreeSixty ticketing and event management software to football clubs including Manchester City and West Ham United. The buy out took place in 2007.[5]

In December 2014, See opened its first US office in Los Angeles.

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