Last updated
IndustryComputer software, ticketing, Events, Event Management
FoundersFrans Jonker, Ruben Meiland
Number of locations
Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Barcelona, Antwerp
Key people
  • Frans Jonker (Co-founder & CEO)
  • Ruben Meiland (Co-founder & CPO)
  • Jason Thomas (CCO)
  • Mark Stork (CFO)
  • Matt Ephgrave
  • Ticketshops
  • Dashboard
  • Box Office
  • Flow App
  • Client Services

ticketscript was a European-based self-service event ticketing software. They provided software for event organizers to set up a ticketed event, promote and sell tickets online through their own websites, social media channels, [2] affiliated partner sites and at the door. The company offered entry management tools and software; providing event organizers with live data, sales statistics and reporting tools directly from their computers, mobile devices and smartphones. [3]


The company was established in 2006 Amsterdam, The Netherlands, by Frans Jonker and Ruben Meiland. [4] They had offices in five European cities including London, Berlin, Barcelona and Antwerp and employ over 150 people across five countries. [5] The offices in Germany and Belgium were opened in 2009, the London office in 2010 and the Spanish one in 2011.

The company was acquired by Eventbrite in January 2017.


ticketscript provided software for ticket creation, ticket sales and event management. Their Flow app allowed people to manage guestlists and entrance. [6]


The company went through various rounds of investment funding, with the first round taking place in 2010. In 2014, London-based private equity firm, FF&P, invested £7m in the company, which enabled ticketscript to continue its international expansion and development of new products and features. [7]

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