Singapore's travel-tech company GlobalTix secures over US$9M
GlobalTix claims it currently handles more than US$75 million worth of transactions annually with partners including Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Zoo, Singapore Airlines, and ViatorTripAdvisor.
Singapore-headquartered GlobalTix, a provider of e-ticket distribution solutions for the travel and tourism industry, has secured S$12.5 million (US$9.13 million) in a growth investment round from existing investor Tin Men Capital.
Founded by brothers Chan Chee Chong and Chan Chee Kong, GlobalTix operates an e-ticket distribution platform for offline and online travel agencies. With the platform, tourist attractions and activity providers across Asia are able to manage their inventory to a global partner network.
The cloud-based electronic ticketing platform provides partners and attractions with many features such as real-time sales, pricing & distribution, product bundling (e.g., city passes), and data analytics.
The company claims it currently handles more than US$75 million worth of transactions on its platform annually. It works with sector giants such as Universal Studios Singapore, Singapore Zoo, Kidzania Singapore & Thailand, Waterbom Bali, Singapore Airlines, and Viator and TripAdvisor.
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