Surekha Ragavan
Jul 3, 2019

Eventbrite integrates with Facebook in Singapore

The new end-to-end checkout process built into Facebook will mean more buy or sell value for event creators and users.

Eventbrite today announced an integration with Facebook that allows event creators and users to sell or buy tickets directly through Facebook. This end-to-end checkout process means users don’t need to leave Facebook and on top of that, event-goers can share their attendance with their friend networks upon purchase.

Not heaving to leave Facebook is a big step, as according to Eventbrite, “users may abandon their order if the process is too tedious or they’re...

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