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In 2004, Ken Lowson founded Wiseguy Tickets, which became the largest ticket scalping operation in America. At it's peak, it was turning $10 million a year using automated ticketing technology to broker event tickets. In 2009, Wiseguys was raided by the Federal Government. The resulting trial and subsequent press lead to the implementation of a new law, passed in 2015, that outlawed automated ticketing bots.

TixFan opened it's doors in 2016. Since then, they company has advised many live event and ticketing technology companies looking to gain an insight into the secondary ticketing market. Additionally, TixFan serves as an advocate and early supporter of the "direct to fan" movement. TixFan strongly supports and assists all companies wishing to eliminate the middlemen that stand between - and often rip off - dedicated fans.

Ken Lowson, Founder & CEO of TixFan. | Image: Damien Maloney

Ken Lowson, Founder & CEO of TixFan. | Image: Damien Maloney