During Q4, Logitix will manage 2.4 million tickets that are estimated to be sold for $300 million across NFL, NBA, NHL, NCAA, and live events
Logitix, the leader in live event ticketing technology and analytics, announced they have enhanced their executive team on the heels of renewing multiple long-term partnerships and establishing new ones. With more than 14 years of experience in the ticketing industry, Greg Nortman has been promoted to President of Logitix. As the new EVP of Business Development, Chris Zaber joins Logitix after more than 20 years of ticket sales experience across all four major sports leagues.
Logitix also announced they have renewed multiple long-term partnerships, including a three-year extension with the Valero Alamo Bowl. They will continue to provide sophisticated technology and analytics throughout the entire ticketing process for the Valero Alamo Bowl, which is set to take place in San Antonio on Dec. 29, 2021. Logitix’s ability to shepherd the entire ticketing lifecycle is unique in the ticketing industry. Logitix has grown its client list to over 100 companies across the live event industry, including a new relationship with Bowl Season, the nation's collective coalition of 44 college football bowl games.
From Oct. 1 through Dec. 31, 2021, Logitix expects to manage 2.4 million tickets that are estimated to be sold for a combined $300 million through teams across the NFL, NBA, and NHL, plus NCAA events and live event properties. Logitix optimizes ticket sales outcomes for all of its partners through proprietary dynamic pricing and distribution. Its unique platform analyzes millions of real-time data points, providing up-to-the-minute insights within the live event marketplace.
In addition to Nortman and Zaber, Logitix made several moves at the Vice President level, including the promotion of Jaclyn Ross (VP of Operations), Stephanie Miller (VP of List Services), and Travis Underwood (VP of Partnerships). They also hired former Nashville Predators executive Jon-Thomas Louviere as the new VP of Strategy + Innovation for Logitix.
"With these promotions and new hires, we continue to build an all-star team at Logitix," said Logitix CEO Stuart Halberg. "We have cemented our reputation as the best partner in the business. Logitix is unmatched when it comes to optimizing rightsholders' ticket sales, from the time the event is booked to when the buzzer buzzes and the curtain rises."
“The Valero Alamo Bowl is excited to extend our partnership with Logitix to ensure we have the most advanced analytics for our event,” said Derrick Fox, the president and CEO of the Valero Alamo Bowl. “Logitix has the knowledge and technology to help us elevate our ticketing strategy to a level of sophistication that is unmatched in the industry.”
As the new President of Logitix, Nortman was promoted after five years as the Chief Strategy Officer. His prior experience includes more than five years as Chief Operating Officer for PrimeSport and over three years between RazerGator as their Sr. Director of Business Development and Ticketmaster as their Director of Strategic Partnerships. Nortman graduated from Princeton University and earned his law degree from Tulane University. He will oversee business development, partnership operations, and marketing.
Zaber joins Logitix after more than five years at the New York Mets as their SVP of Corporate Partnerships and Ticket Sales. Previously, Zaber spent six years with the Pittsburgh Pirates and three years with the Atlanta Hawks and Atlanta Thrashers. He also worked with the Charlotte Hornets and started his career with the Carolina Panthers after graduating from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. As EVP of Business Development, he will work to grow Logitix’s client base and partnerships across sports and entertainment.
Logitix is the preeminent monetization engine and ticketing platform for the live event industry, combining optimized pricing, distribution, and inventory management with real-time insights to help sellers and buyers respond to a rapidly changing market environment. The Logitix vision is to automate the entire ticket life cycle and provide data-driven insights to serve the diverse needs of its clients. The company is backed by ZMC and is privately held. For more information about Logitix, visit Logitix.com or find them on LinkedIn.
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