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Sheppard Mullin Advises HomeTown Ticketing in Growth Investment


Sheppard Mullin advised Columbus, Ohio-based HomeTown Ticketing Inc., the leading provider of digital ticketing and event software to schools, districts, conferences, and associations, in its $75 million growth investment from Nexa Equity, a private equity firm focused on scaling lower middle market software and fintech businesses. The capital will enable HomeTown Ticketing to launch new product innovations and meet heightened demand from customers looking to modernize their events management.

The Sheppard Mullin deal team that represented HomeTown Ticketing included Andrew Bond, Daniel Belzer, Julia Ji, Jay Chen and Calida Taylor. Invaluable assistance was provided by Claudia Hinsch, Niya Tang and Betsy Luxenburg.

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