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We’re redefining what it means to be an event creator by empowering our clients to take control of the entire event experience.

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A solution decades in the making.

In 2017, we set out to do the impossible: bring together the best event technology to create a single solution for the entire event experience. Why? We wanted to empower creators to transform their live events and create deeper connections with their attendees. We started with products like ShowClix and PatronManager, long-time leaders in the ticketing space, and expanded into mobile apps and engagement technology with Greencopper and Thuzi. We now have eight innovative products in our toolkit.

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Our Core Values | Guiding principles that drive what we do every day.

We Transform Experiences

We don’t follow a script; we write it. Our team pushes the industry forward and revolutionizes how event-goers connect with each other. We are innovative thinkers who unleash our creativity to build solutions creators use to transform their events into impactful experiences.

We Win Together

Our employees, clients, and partners make up our all-star team. We collaborate, encourage, and rely on one another’s strengths on and off the field. We are transparent and intentional in our communications and value building long-lasting relationships.

We Thrive on Enthusiasm

We are fanatics; we rock out in bands, enter cosplay competitions, and cheer on our favorite sports teams. That enthusiasm allows us to connect with event creators, understand their passions, and take their experiences to a whole new level.

We Embrace Differences

Our team is made up of people with eclectic backgrounds and experiences from all over the world. We challenge one another, learn from each other, and celebrate our differences. The result? A solution worthy of a standing ovation.

Our People

We’re fanatics! Whether it’s for events, music, gaming, or anything in between, our passion drives everything we do, both inside and outside of the workplace. Our team is made up of people from all over the world with unique backgrounds, cultures, and experiences. We celebrate and embrace these differences. They make our team stronger, smarter, and more capable in helping our clients transform event experiences.

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Chief Executive Officer
Marc Jenkins
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Marc Jenkins
Chief Executive Officer

Marc Jenkins is a seasoned executive in the sports and entertainment industry. Prior to joining Patron Technology, he served as Chief Operating Officer of Learfield Communications, Inc. In that role, Jenkins was responsible for the Marketing Solutions, Brand Solutions, and Venue Solutions business units. These units include Paciolan, SIDEARM Sports, Mogo Interactive, Learfield Licensing Partners, SME, ANC, GoVision, IMG-Learfield Ticket Solutions, and Learfield Levy Foodservice.

Prior to joining Learfield, Jenkins was Vice President, Digital Media for the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR). In that role, he led the efforts of NASCAR across the entire digital media spectrum. Prior to leading the Digital Media group, Jenkins led the Global Media Rights Strategy and Development group responsible for the strategy, development, structuring, and negotiation of media rights relationships for NASCAR.

Prior to his time at NASCAR, Jenkins served as general counsel of the Chicago White Sox, where he played a major role in the structuring of the stadium naming rights deal with U.S. Cellular, the formation of Comcast SportsNet Chicago (now NBC Sports Chicago), the negotiation of the MLB Advanced Media rights agreement, and the extension of the MLB agency agreement.

Before entering the sports industry, Jenkins worked in corporate finance with Morgan Stanley’s Fixed Income division, specializing in currency derivatives. He started his career at the corporate law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore, in New York, specializing in mergers and acquisitions and complex financial transactions.

Chief Strategy Officer
Betsy Grider
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Betsy Grider
Chief Strategy Officer

Betsy Grider is an executive who thrives at the intersection of strategy and technology in the sports and entertainment industry. As she joins Patron Technology, she will focus on strategic planning, corporate development, and opportunities to grow a premier live event enterprise technology platform.

Prior to joining Patron Technology, she built, launched, and led NASCAR’s Technology Development and Integration division. During her tenure at NASCAR, she led projects to bring Vision AI into Pit Road Officiating, launched Twitter’s first sports partnership, and played an integral role in building the NASCAR Digital Media business. In 2017, her team built and launched a Race Management platform with Microsoft, a Credentialing Platform with Allegiant Airlines and Lixar, and partnered with The Weather Company and IBM to build Weather Track.

Prior to launching Technology Development, Betsy’s Strategic Development team served as the internal “launch squad” to structure and seed strategic platforms including the NASCAR Industry Action Plan.

Betsy’s sports career began at Duke University where she served as the Sports Photography Editor for The Chronicle. She then managed Advertising for the Chicago White Sox prior to joining NASCAR.

Betsy is a frequent keynote speaker on Sports Innovation, Virtual and Augmented Reality, Strategic Alliances, and Women in Sports and Technology.

President
Michael Marty
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Michael Marty
President

Michael is a proven leader with executive-level operational, sales, and marketing experience driving profitable growth across multiple technology and media companies. Prior to joining Patron Technology, he was COO at the venture-backed Managed by Q, where he was responsible for rapidly scaling revenue growth and delivering operational excellence to a client base of over 1,500 of the world’s best companies using Q’s technology-enabled office management services.

Previously, Michael served as SVP & GM at Care.com, where he was also a member of the management team that took the company public (NYSE: CRCM) via an IPO in 2014. In his role at Care.com, Michael oversaw global operations, consumer payments, and all domestic and international business-to-business products and services including Care@Work, the enterprise arm focused on helping companies support their working families.

Michael has held various senior roles in the digital media, gaming, sports, and mobile industries. Before venturing into the tech industry, he was an officer in the U.S. Army, leading 100+ soldiers through a successful combat tour as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Harvard Business School, Michael has been recognized as a “Top 40 Under 40 Military/Veteran” and is a recipient of the George C. Marshall Foundation Leadership Award. He and his wife, Emily, are the proud parents of their daughter (Kyla) and son (Ryan).


SVP, Sales
Jim Barczak
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Rachel Bullock
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Mike Clow
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SVP, Financial Planning and Strategy
Celeste Griffin-Churchill
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SVP, Product & Marketing
Doug Lyons
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Marc Jenkins
Chief Executive Officer
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Chief Executive Officer

My career started in corporate law, specializing in mergers and acquisitions and complex financial transactions. After a few years of that, I entered the sports industry and began serving as general counsel of the Chicago White Sox. Then, I made the move to Charlotte to work for NASCAR, eventually taking over as Vice President of Digital Media to lead NASCAR’s efforts across the entire digital media spectrum. That experience led me to serve as Chief Operating Officer of Learfield Communications, where I was responsible for the Marketing Solutions, Brand Solutions, and Venue Solutions business units.

My executive experience in the live events industry made me the perfect fit to lead the Patron Technology team, and the opportunity was too exciting to pass up! In my career, I always strive to create mutually beneficial partnerships with our clients and then work to over-deliver. I’ve brought that philosophy with me to Patron Technology and continue to share it with my fellow event enthusiasts.

Outside of work, I love spending time with my wife, daughters, and dog. I’m into mountain biking, hiking, and gardening. 

And when it comes to live events, my favorite memory was seeing Ziggy Marley open for INXS back in the late 80's!

Michael Marty
President
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President

After graduating from the University of Notre Dame, I was an officer in the U.S. Army, leading over 100 soldiers through a successful combat tour as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. I was later recognized as a “Top 40 Under 40 Military/Veteran” and received the George C. Marshall Foundation Leadership Award. Upon earning an MBA at Harvard Business School, I started my journey into the tech industry, working in various senior roles across the digital media, gaming, and sports industries.

Most notably, I served as SVP & GM at Care.com where I oversaw global operations, consumer payments, and all domestic and international B2B products and services. I later pivoted to become the COO at Managed by Q, where I was responsible for rapidly scaling revenue growth and delivering operational excellence to 1,500 of the world's best companies. After a few years, I decided to use my experience for scaling technology companies’ profitably and managing highly technical and global operations teams for a new venture: Patron Technology.

Outside of work, I spend most of my time with family: playing sports, coaching sports, and chauffeuring our kids to and from sports. When we aren't committed to our kids’ athletics schedules, we love to travel as a family. Ski trips out West, summers at Cape Cod, and weekend excursions to Notre Dame football games to name a few. 

My favorite live event memory is when Notre Dame won "The Game of the Century" (#1 Florida State vs. #2 Notre Dame). Notre Dame batted down the last minute hail mary from Florida State's Heisman Trophy winner, Charlie Ward, and we stormed the field!

Betsy Grider
Chief Strategy Officer
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Chief Strategy Officer

My professional career was shaped by my love of sports. In college, I worked as the Duke Sports Photography Editor for the student newspaper. After graduation, I worked as the Advertising Manager for the Chicago White Sox, and later moved to Charlotte to work in Media at NASCAR. There, I grew my role to lead NASCAR’s Strategy, Technology, and Innovation departments for nearly a decade. While I was having a blast working at teams and leagues, the opportunity to travel the world while leading corporate development, M&A, and strategic growth for Patron Technology was an adventure I couldn’t pass up.

In my career, I’ve had so many amazing experiences that fuel my excitement for technology and events. I drove a moon rover at Johnson Space Center with an astronaut during a partnership with NASA. I got tackled by Philip Rivers at a Duke vs. NC State football game because my depth perception with a 300mm camera lens didn't warn me to move! I was awarded the Brand Innovator 40 Under 40 award for my work building a younger and more diverse fanbase at NASCAR. And I’m on the Board of Directors for Project Scientist and committed to empowering girls in STEM. 

Outside of work, I love introducing my kids to some of my favorite adventures. We play soccer, ride roller coasters, bike, rock climb, golf, hike, ski, and, of course, attend live events. I'm also crazy competitive on my Peloton, but it's hard to keep up with the Patron Technology team!

My favorite event memory? Too many to count! I've been fortunate to attend many Super Bowls, Daytona 500s, World Series Games, and All-Star Games. I love the big energy of live entertainment and also love local trips to Wise Acres Farms for Strawberry and Pumpkin Season.

Alex Pendleton
Chief Financial Officer
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Chief Financial Officer

After graduating from the University of Texas at Austin, I began my career at Arthur Andersen and then Ernst & Young, where I served clients in the media, restaurant, sports, and manufacturing industries for a combined six years. I then left the public accounting world to explore the financial and operational sides of a variety of different industries, holding accounting and finance leadership roles in commercial real estate, medical equipment, and restaurant businesses. After that, I served as SVP of Finance at Learfield Communications, a media and technology enterprise focused primarily on college sports. There, I was responsible for enterprise-level corporate finance functions, including financial planning and analysis, treasury/cash management, and investor/lender relations.

Eventually, my love for and interest in the live events industry led me to Patron Technology. I gained some experience in the ticketing and digital fan engagement spaces by working with Paciolan and SIDEARM, both subsidiaries of Learfield that were acquired during my tenure there. That background gives me a unique insight into Patron Technology’s operating environment, and helps me lead the finance function to support the company’s performance and growth. 

Outside of work, I love spending time with my wife, Kate, of 20 years, and our two teenage children. We spend most of our time keeping up with our kids and their activities, which include marching band, concert band, indoor rock climbing, art classes, and golf. When not "in the grind," we love to travel as a family. Most recently, we went to several western National Parks including Utah's "Mighty Five," Glacier, and Yellowstone. We also love to spend time in my childhood hometown of Santa Fe, New Mexico.

My favorite live event memory is taking my daughter to her first concert to see Taylor Swift's "Reputation" Tour at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Rachel Bullock
SVP, Operations
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SVP, Operations

After graduating from Wake Forest University and earning a Master’s Degree from Brandeis University, I started my career in book publishing. I gradually made the transition to the tech industry, serving as Chief Operating Officer for Render Media, a digital media company in Los Angeles where I was responsible for Operations, Product, Video Production, Project Management, IT, HR, Marketing, PR, and Design. I built our branded content studio and helped expand the company from 5 to 50 employees, earning them recognition as the 2nd fastest growing digital media company of the year from Inc. 5000. Then, when the opportunity came for me to combine my love of live events with my career at Patron Technology, I knew it was the perfect fit for me.

I’ve had so many rewarding experiences that ignite my passion for what I do. I love helping people grow in their careers and drive their professional development. As a member of The Women’s Leadership Council in Los Angeles, I get to empower and support other women. At Patron Technology, I helped create our peer-to-peer training program, Patron Technology University, where team members from across the company come together and share their knowledge.

Outside of work, my husband Paul and I can often be found traveling and visiting our families and friends. We love to play tennis, hike, and go to as many concerts as we can. I’m also obsessed with Pilates and enjoy cooking, reading, swimming, meditating, watching baseball, and playing Nintendo.

My favorite live event memory is a tie between two: taking the train with my friends on my birthday to see Tom Petty at Boston Garden, and seeing Boston Ballet’s Nutcracker for the first time...I still remember that feeling of anticipation and the thrill of the curtain going up.

Jim Barczak
SVP, Revenue
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SVP, Revenue

I've worked in the live entertainment technology space for most of my career, starting with over 10 years at Ticketmaster on the Client Services, Retail Partnerships, and Marketing teams. I then worked as the Director of Marketing at Tickets.com, where I helped launch the brand and then mainly focused on marketing initiatives for MLB teams. After that, I brought my talents serving in senior roles to other top companies in the industry, including Paciolan, AudienceView, Mobiqa, Enta, Omni Ticket Network, and Ticketfly. Eventually, I found my home as the SVP of Sales for ShowClix, transitioning to be SVP of Revenue after we became part of the Patron Technology family. 

My career has been full of great moments that reaffirm my enthusiasm for this crazy industry. From small startups, to the largest providers in the industry, I’ve been involved in the evolution of live events in some capacity for 30 years. For example, I was part of Ticketmaster the very first day their online sales went live! And I was an early pioneer of the mobile technology space, driving the adoption of mobile tickets for ticketing providers and airlines. 

Outside of work, I can usually be found spending time with my wife of almost 30 years. We love traveling and finding adventure with our two grown kids whenever possible (who both live too far away). If this can involve a beach, a baseball game, or a theme park, all the better!

Being in the live entertainment industry for so long, I've been fortunate to be at countless events. Most recently, my favorite live event memory happened at Disney’s D23 Expo, when Dwayne the Rock Johnson surprised fans by riding in on a full-sized Jungle Cruise boat!

Mike Clow
SVP, Technology
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SVP, Technology

I’ve been extremely fortunate to work with many excellent technology companies over my career, spanning diverse industries and multiple leadership roles. I led the software development and technical operations teams for business intelligence and financial reporting SaaS products focused on the CPG vertical. During this time, I held leadership roles in software development, implementation, product management, and operations. 

When the opportunity to work in the live events space presented itself, I jumped at the chance and eventually became the CTO of FISH Technologies, which was later acquired by Patron Technology. Coming from a background of working with financial data, the opportunity to build and deploy unique technology solutions in such a different and interesting space was extremely exciting to me. Plus, having a true passion for live events and a real understanding of how important the user experience is is what separates the good leaders from the great in this industry, and I definitely have that passion. 

Outside of work, I try to carve out as much family time as possible. To me, there’s no better time spent than with family and friends. I also try to get outdoors any chance I get, whether it be to walk, bike, or hike (even in the sweltering summer heat of Texas).

My favorite live event memory is watching how excited fans were at the Super Bowl 48 experience as they lined up for a picture with the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Doug Lyons
SVP, Product & Marketing
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SVP, Product & Marketing

I’ve been in the live events industry for the majority of my professional life. For nearly 10 years, I managed technology for venues and arts organizations before making the switch to the vendor side of the industry starting with Paciolan, where I helped expand their vertical and geographical footprint. Then, I brought my experience to Ticketmaster, Tickets.com, AEG/AXS, and SeatGeek, and established a consulting firm where I advised venues and third-party solutions on industry best practices. Eventually, I joined the Patron Technology team because I saw the huge potential in their “complete solution” approach to event technology.

I love seeing ideas come to life and watching how they help both the company and our clients. For example, at Tickets.com, I helped launch the ProVenue enterprise ticketing platform and undertook a successful brand overhaul. At AEG/AXS, I helped launch their ticketing system and several companion products. And at SeatGeek, I managed the acquisition and integration of their primary ticketing platform, making them the first secondary provider to enter the primary ticketing space.

Outside of work, I’m a passionate booster and advocate for my adopted hometown of New Orleans. My partner-in-everything (a.k.a. my wife and best friend) and I actively support charitable and community causes, work with historic preservation groups, are patrons of the arts, and get involved in many local social organizations.

My favorite live event memory, hands down, was seeing the Tom Waits Glitter & Doom tour in Knoxville, TN in 2008. Best. Show. Ever.

Celeste Griffin-Churchill
SVP, FP&A and Corporate Development
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SVP, FP&A and Corporate Development

I started my career on Wall Street in Fixed Income trading and underwriting. After graduate school, I pivoted into the Technology, Media, and Entertainment space by joining NASCAR’s Corporate Strategy team. There, I focused on both domestic acquisitions and international partnerships to expand the sport. I once got to spend an entire race up in the race control tower at NASCAR, which was one of the coolest, most interesting, and most intense environments I've ever observed - even after working on a trading floor for five years! My experience and connections at NASCAR led me to join Patron Technology; working at a live event technology company in Corporate Development and FP&A has been a perfect fit for me professionally. 

Based on my time on Wall Street and in Entertainment, I’ve learned that you need to get creative and think outside the box when creating models—our team’s audience ranges from internal project stakeholders across departments, to clients innovating across all types of live events, to senior Finance executives and the Board. Excel can be art! Clearly-structured, aesthetically-pleasing visual representations of complex numerical concepts are critical to get a strategic initiative approved and across the line. I’ve taken that perspective with me to Patron Technology, and it’s come in handy time and time again. 

Outside of work, I always try to prioritize time with family and friends. I also love running, yoga, skiing, reading, and taking short weekend trips around the country (I've done 17 states so far this year!)

My favorite live event memory has got to be a recent one: seeing Eric Clapton in the fall of 2021. Phenomenal performance, amazing crowd energy!

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