Wednesday September 23, 2020

Ticket sales platform Tito raises funding of €855,000

Hit by the Covid-19 shutdown, the company accelerated the launch of its video conferencing offshoot Vito. The new funding has come from, among others, GitHub founder Tom Preston Werner

9th August, 2020
Paul Campbell and David Parsons, co-founders of Tito. When the ticket sales platform saw a sharp drop in revenue due to Covid-19 restrictions, the company launched an e-conferencing service called Vito

Tito, the Irish ticket selling platform, has added fresh funding from the billionaire founder of Github and others.

It brings the company’s total financial backing to around €2 million to date. The business has been hit by the impact of the events shutdown prompted by the Covid-19 crisis, but it quickly launched Vito, an online video conferencing offshoot.

Backers of the new €855,000 funding round include Preston Werner Ventures, the Silicon Valley-based venture...

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