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Business Insider – The Most Promising Retail Startups of 2022

Recommended startup 1: Tixologi Relationship: Investor Total startup funding: $2.25 million What it does: Tixologi makes blockchain-based ticketing software designed to eliminate the “pain points” of the ticketing experience, Asher Weiss, the CEO and cofounder of Tixologi, told Insider. Why it’s on the list: The ticketing industry is due for a refresh. Tixologi and its investors, including KB Partners, […]

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Click the link to watch: Fascinating conversation with Asher Weiss, the co-founder, and CEO of Tixologi, on blockchain and NFT ticketing and how the two can disrupt the traditional ticketing industry. We covered everything from current issues to future possibilities, even bots.

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How NFTs and Web3 Can Change The Ticketing Industry

Click the link to listen: Asher Weiss is the Co-Founder and CEO of Tixologi. Tixologi is a blockchain-based ticketing software that puts event producers, venues, and teams in control of their ticketing. Previously, Asher was a Product Manager for the Golden State Warriors NBA team, worked for the Orlando Magic, and is an advisor/judge […]

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Asher Weiss teaches us that Blockchain tickets can unlock our data

Click the link to listen: My guest today is Asher Weiss from Tixologi. Asher is my first guest in a series of episodes I’m going to do around recovery from the pandemic. His company is involved in blockchain ticketing, but Asher realizes that the blockchain is a door to a bigger world, not just […]

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The Future of Ticketing is Here

It was the middle of winter 2019, and instead of finding myself bundled up in a warm coat and gloves heading down to the Scotiabank Arena for a Toronto Maple Leaf’s game like I did as a kid, I found myself in sunny downtown Orlando, Florida (yes, there’s a city beyond the Mouse Kingdom!). How […]

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A new startup with a better way to do ticketing.

Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, in his book The Innovator’s Dilemma, writes about how big incumbent companies are almost never able to create real innovation. As a result, they always end up eventually being slayed by new entrants who have the disruptive innovation that customers want. It’s a cycle that repeats itself over and over. […]

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