Jack Groetzinger is the co-founder of SeatGeek, the largest event ticket search engine on the web, which he started in 2009 with Russell D'Souza.
Jack focuses on SeatGeek's product, analytics, finances, fundraising, and recruiting. SeatGeek was incubated at DreamIt Ventures and launched as a finalist at TechCrunch50. Less than a year after launching, the company was named as one of the "Top 100 Websites of 2010" by PC Magazine.
Jack attended Dartmouth College, where he co-founded Evolving Vox, a furniture rental platform for college students, which grew into the largest student-run business at the College.
He graduated in 2007 and went on to work at Bain & Company as a management consultant for a year before leaving to found Scribnia, an online recommendation engine for bloggers, which was acquired in 2009 by HispanoClick.
Jack was honored to be named as one of "Top 25 Entrepreneurs Under 25" by Business Week and was named to "The Silicon Alley 100: NY's Coolest Tech People" in 2010 by Business Insider.
BA, Mathematics & Economics2007
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