Sequoia Makes First Investment In UK With Songkick

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Sequoia Capital has made its first investment in a UK headquartered start-up with Songkick. The size of the investment is pegged at $10 million.

Songkick is an online service that connects users to a concert database. Five million unique users discover concerts through the Songkick site every month, which is now the second largest concert site after Ticketmaster, says the Songkick team.

[Image Courtesy: Songkick]

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