Powering Live Experiences

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  • Eventbrite update
    22 hours ago

    Summer is “Festival Season,” which means the team is being deployed all over the world to help out with (and of course, enjoy) some of Eventbrite’s biggest events. And did we mention we're hiring?! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIKaL

    13 Companies That Love Summer Just as Much as You Do

    After a long, gloomy winter, there's nothing better than three months of bright blue days, barbeque parties, beach trips, and pool fests. Oh yeah-except Monday through Friday, we're only dreaming of all those awesome summer perks, because we're still at our desks, shivering in the blasting AC.

  • Eventbrite update
    9 days ago

    Proud to be listed as one of Fortune Magazine's best places to work for Millennials, but regardless of your age (in years or at heart), we're hiring!


    Marketplace for live events and experiences Eventbrite knows how to bring people together. Lunchtime sessions known as "Brite Talks" give employees the opportunity to teach or attend lessons on diverse subjects ranging from computer programming to photography. Regular happy hours strengthen the bonds between staff members.


Eventbrite – Why Work For Us?

We’re creating the world’s first marketplace for live experiences by developing the technology that lets anyone create, share, and find new things to do.

We are here to bring people together. 


 The People Rule

Get ready for spontaneous applause, impromptu brainstorms, and the contagious excitement we bring to the office each day. We’ve built a team that does great work and has an awesome time doing it—and we’re always looking for more whip-smart people to pipe up, dive in, and get their hands dirty with us.

 The Potential Rocks

If you like a challenge, you’ll love it here, because we’re solving tough problems every day. We’re positioned to go big (global marketplace big) and are always pressing forward. With weekly tech talks from thought leaders, brite camps led by teammates, and fireside chats with our founders, we’re committed to growth—both professionally and personally.

The Perks Are Just the Cherry on Top

Lunch? We serve that. In-office yoga? You bet. Time off? No one’s counting. Voted Best Place to Work in the Bay Area 6 years and counting, we take pride in putting people first. We offer benefits that meet you in every stage of life because we know when you’re happy and healthy you do your best work.


Our team embodies the wide spectrum of events on Eventbrite—from musicians to marathon runners, foodies to fundraisers. What unites us? Our drive to help people get offline and get together to explore their interests and pursue new passions.

Sound up your alley? Join us. 


With offices in 8 of the best cities across 4 continents, we're growing internationally and looking for great people far and wide. 

San Francisco • Nashville • London • Dublin • Berlin • Mendoza • São Paulo • Melbourne



Our technology spans across web, mobile, API, big data, machine learning, search, physical point of sale, and scanning systems. We even build servers in boxes and drive them up mountains in deserts to power the most remote events.

Our engineering team values working together in small teams, developing simple solutions to complex problems, and we are committed to releasing open-source packages so others can benefit from and contribute to our work. Weekly demos, tech talks and quarterly hackathons are at the core of how we’ve built our team and product.
Our primary stack is Python, Django, and Celery, all running on AWS with a MySQL backend. Some of the other tools that we use are Redis, RabbitMQ, Cassandra, Hbase, Hive, Backbone, Sass, Git, and much more. We never run out of coffee and the kegbot is always full.

Eventbrite Reviews

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    The most genuine coworkers and supportive environment that I've ever encountered.

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    I have been working at Eventbrite full-time (More than a year)

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    * Colleagues are supportive and always willing to help you learn a new skill or contribute their expertise to a project. People are not territorial or competitive at all. There is team spirit in the truest sense (not just as a catchphrase).
    * Everyone is genuinely friendly and cares about you as a person. I've made "real life" friends with many of the people I've worked with. Going to work is actually fun! At the same time, there is absolutely no forced socialization or expectation that you need to "fit in" -- as a general rule everyone is very accepting and welcoming.
    * The degree of transparency is very high -- founders have weekly chats with the entire company where any question can be asked and will be answered. There is a minimum of office politics.
    * Good work-life balance: unlimited PTO, managers encourage work life balance and there isn't a culture of staying in the office until midnight.

    I've worked at 3 different companies before this, and can honestly say that Eventbrite is my favorite by far.


    Compensation tends to be on the modest side, although in line with industry standards. Also balanced out by the fact that we get unlimited PTO, good work life balance, etc -- versus other places with higher compensation but a cutthroat work culture.

Eventbrite Interviews

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    Web Development Interview

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    I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Eventbrite.


    Talked to head engineering manager at an event and mentioned I was interested and began the interview process from there. Great talks with my interviewers was an extremely pleasant interview process. Had to end the interview process prematurely because my summer plans had changed halfway through.

    Interview Questions

    • Reverse a string, then reverse it without a library function, then reverse it most a temporary buffer   1 Answer
    • A week long coding challenge requiring me to build a web app using django and d3.js   Answer Question

Eventbrite Awards & Accolades

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Best Place to Work in the Bay Area, San Francisco Business Times, 2014
People's Voice Award, The Webby Awards, 2014
The Unicorn List, Fortune, 2015
Best Places to Work (Small business), San Francisco Business Times, 2011
Best Places to Work, San Francisco Business Times, 2012
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Additional Info

Website www.eventbrite.com
Headquarters San Francisco, CA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 2006
Type Company - Private
Industry Arts, Entertainment & Recreation

At Eventbrite, we’re passionate about building a platform that brings people together around live experiences of all kinds. So we’re developing the technology that powers music festivals, hackathons, air guitar competitions, mud runs, rallies, and everything in between.

Mission: Bring the world together through live experiences

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