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ScoreBig.com Promotes David Goldberg To CEO - Quick Facts

1/2/2014 4:43 PM ET

ScoreBig.com, the live entertainment industry's first online marketplace for the safe and secure liquidation of unsold ticket inventory, announced that its board of directors has promoted David Goldberg to chief executive officer or CEO, succeeding ScoreBig.com co-founder and CEO Adam Kanner who is assuming the role of executive chairman.

The company said Goldberg was most recently ScoreBig.com's chief strategy officer after serving several years on the company's board. Prior to joining ScoreBig.com as chief strategy officer, Goldberg served as a ScoreBig.com advisory board member starting with the company's founding in 2009. Previously, he served as the CEO of Youbet.com (UBET: Quote).

Goldberg joined Youbet from Ticketmaster, where he was EVP of Global Music Services and one of three executives charged with overall leadership of the business through the office of the CEO, ScoreBig noted.

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