Wednesday April 8, 2020

Thirty to watch: Who’ll make it big in 2016?

An exciting year lies ahead for new and rapidly growing Irish businesses

1st March, 2015

The Dublin ticketing start-up has handled $75 million in ticket sales internationally in about two years. Founded by Paul Campbell and David ‘Doc’ Parsons, the business employs only three people, but is managing ticket sales of €200,000 a day. Tito has robustly bootstrapped its business to date. This seems unlikely to change, but its rate of growth makes it one to watch.

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