Eventbrite offers online event management software that is affordable and awesome. They have a number of job opening including some suitable for new grads.

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The other night I went to a great event called Out of Work Chicago to watch Jason Seiden speak and to get familiar with job seekers who aren’t fresh out of college. It was a great event, and I definitely enjoyed it. I didn’t need a ticket because I came with one of the featured speakers, but the thought of registering hundreds of people for an event seems pretty intimidating to me. I don’t know if the guys at Out of Work Chicago use Eventbrite, but it looks like the perfect solution for registering and ticketing people at any size event. If your event is free, Eventbrite is free. If you’re charging, they take a 2.5% cut. That sounds like a pretty decent deal to me, considering it eliminates most of the headaches of event registration.

Are You Brite Enough?

It’s cool to see a Web 2.0 startup like San Francisco based Eventbrite that not only has a great product, but also a defined revenue stream. Instead of building hype, they’ve built a simple service that excels at what it does. If I’m ever running an event that requires registration, I’ll definitely give Eventbrite a try. And if you’re looking for a job, you should give Eventbrite a look. Their Jobs page has three openings posted right now, and two of them seem like they could be suitable for new grads. There’s an Account Executive/Sales position that doesn’t require any prior work experience, and there’s also a Customer Support position that requires 2-5 years of experience. That sounds like a lot, but I’m sure there are quite a few of you out there who have that type of experience – even if it was as part of a college organization or volunteer work. There’s also a Senior Software Development position posted that definitely isn’t for new grads; however, I haven’t come across many Web 2.0 companies that don’t want to hear from brilliant Software Developers, so if that’s you, you should definitely reach out to Eventbrite. To apply for any of the jobs with Eventbrite, send a cover letter and resume to jobs@eventbrite.com.

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