Julia Hartz on Events in the Age of Covid-19 with Guy Raz | How I Built This | NPR

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Published on 10 Jul 2020, 16:44
The business of live events was one of the first industries to feel the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic. Now, as cities across the country begin the process of reopening, while Covid-19 numbers continue to rise, the question remains of what the future of live events is. For Julia Hartz, Founder and CEO of Eventbrite, things are starting to turn around, but there is still a lot more work to be done. What questions do you have for Julia? Let us know in the chat.

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