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Eventbrite Analytics & Reporting

August 29th, 2018

Eventbrite, the longtime technology provider that helps event organizers market and sell tickets, recently filed an IPO to go public later this year. We couldn’t be more excited for them! As long time partners, we are proud of how Eventbrite has continued to help support event organizers while making it easy for attendees to find and attend the events they want. But often, event organizers are looking for deeper Eventbrite analytics after their events have completed, so they can analyze performance beyond the basics of Eventbrite’s built in analytics capabilities.




DataHero makes it incredibly easy to create charts, reports, and dashboards from your Eventbrite data so you can dive deeper into your ticket sales by type, location, category, etc. Once you connect your Eventbrite account, you can pull in all of your Eventbrite data directly into DataHero, without the need for external data warehouses, SQL queries, or complicated code or scripts. From there, it’s simply a matter of creating charts of the insights that you’re looking for using DataHero’s drag-and-drop chart creation interface.




Many of our customers will use us when they are managing multiple events across multiple locations, ticket types, and calendar dates. Being able to easily export all of your Eventbrite data into one platform where you can quickly create all of your own custom reporting across any number of fields or attributes becomes incredibly powerful with DataHero. Here’s just a quick example pulling year over year ticket sales across an entire series of concerts within two major concert series. With DataHero, it’s as simple as dragging and dropping the event names and ticket revenue data attributes in to be able to compare total sales across both concert series on a year over year basis. DataHero allows you to continue to dive deeper into your Eventbrite analytics, including slicing and dicing your data by type of ticket sold, for example.



Of course, you can also group these charts into custom-branded PDF reports, dashboards with automated data refreshes, or embedded on third party websites, blogs, and wikis. DataHero gives you the flexibility and control to create the charts, reports, and dashboards you want – that you can easily share with teams and clients.

With Eventbrite’s upcoming IPO, it brings renewed enthusiasm for our partnership as one of our 40+ direct connections to third party cloud services. Ready to get started getting deeper insights into your Eventbrite analytics? You can sign-up here for a free 14 day trial of DataHero.

Happy dashboarding!


By Alex Hsi

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