ShowClix CEO and Co-Founder one of Inc. Magazine’s Top 30 Under 30

  • By Anthony | Monday, July 19th, 2010

Congratulations to ShowClix CEO and Co-Founder, Joshua Dziabiak, for making Inc. Magazine’s 2010 list of Top 30 Entrepreneurs Under the Age of 30. The list recognizes young businesspeople who are “bringing innovation to market, building unique brands, creating and nurturing trends, giving back to their communities and the world, and making money along the way.”

A few highlights:

“At just age 23, Joshua Dziabiak can already call himself a serial entrepreneur. Before his eighteenth birthday, he pocketed $1 million from the sale of his first company, a website hosting and design firm called MediaCatch. Although his next venture, an online record label, was short-lived, it sparked the idea for his current company, ShowClix, which runs a ticket-selling platform used by customers such as CBS Radio and Heineken.”

“ShowClix has gained some 1,000 customers and delivered more than 1 million tickets. The company sets itself apart by delivering tickets by e-mail or by text message, and by offering its customers access to real-time sales reports. Earlier this year, the business debuted an app that enables venues to scan tickets on customers’ phones with any Android-powered device. ShowClix charges venues between 7 and 15 percent of ticket sales—a much lower fee, Dziabiak says, than that of any of its competitors, including Ticketmaster.”

“‘We’re really trying to position ourselves as the fair, innovative alternative to Ticketmaster,’ Dziabiak says.”

You can check out the full article right here. The entire 30 Under 30 list can be viewed here.