Jesse Lawrence is the CEO of TicketIQ, a leading online ticket search engine. He started his professional career as a writer covering New York technology in 1996. Jesse has been fascinated by the ticket market from a young age and remembers trying to understand what drove the market in front of Yankee Stadium and Madison Square Garden. After working in eCommerce for much of his career, Jesse decided to start a company dedicated to tracking those prices with the benefit of technology and helping consumers get the best possible deals.
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