Welcome Steve DeMots
FEVO
September 30, 2022
FEVO Adds Steve DeMots as Chief Commercial Officer

FEVO is proud to announce that we've added ticketing industry veteran Steve DeMots as Chief Commercial Officer and Head of Alliances.
 
DeMots joins FEVO from Paciolan, where he served as Chief Revenue Officer. Prior to that, he was at Major League Baseball’s Tickets.com.
 
“Adding Steve to the team is a natural next step for FEVO,” said FEVO Founder and CEO Ari Daie. “Our mission is to enable our partners to tap into the ever-changing habits of the next generation of buyers and the way they shop online. That requires an amazing product, but it also requires amazing people. And Steve brings a level of experience and depth of knowledge that are second to none.”
 
DeMots will work closely with FEVO’s business development, marketing, product and partnership teams to help expand adoption and brand presence in live events around the world.
 
“One of my goals is to make FEVO a much bigger part of the overall ticketing strategy of our clients,” said DeMots. “And we do that by complementing our industry partners, who also have a hand in making these clients successful.”
 
“Bringing someone on board with Steve’s pedigree speaks volumes,” said Russ Stanley, Senior Vice President of Ticket Sales and Services at the San Francisco Giants. “We have already had success with FEVO, but this will make them an even stronger partner.”
 
“It is great what FEVO can do already,” added Allan Vella, CEO at the Fox Theatre, who utilizes the FEVO Social Cart™ for group sales and cross-marketing opportunities with other area venues. “We are so excited to work with Steve — he has a deep understanding of our market and will be instrumental in strategizing other ways to leverage with FEVO in the future”.
 
DeMots currently resides in Orange County, CA, but looks forward to hitting the road to visit with clients and partners all over the world, helping them create unforgettable experiences for their fans along the way.

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