Technology veteran and StubHub president Sukhinder Singh Cassidy will join Billboard's keynote interview series at the Billboard Live Music Summit, Nov. 5-6 at the Montage in Beverly Hills, California.
Singh Cassidy will be interviewed by Dave Brooks, Billboard's senior director for live and touring in a wide-ranging discussion on the depth of the secondary market and the future of ticketing. Cassidy is the final executive to be announced for the interview series at the summit which also includes Coachella co-founder Paul Tollett, Woodstock co-founder Michael Lang and Paradigm global head of music Marty Diamond.
"Sukhinder Singh Cassidy's impressive record launching successful media and commerce businesses make her the perfect guest to round out this year's keynote speaker series," Brooks says. "Our 2019 focus is on entreprenuers and Sukhinder's career and her position leading the global expansion of one of the world's largest ticketing companies gives her a unique insight into how ticketing will change in the new decade."
Prior to StubHub, Singh Cassidy is founder and chairperson of theBoardlist, a talent marketplace that matches women leaders with board opportunities. She was also founder and CEO of Joyus, CEO of Polyvore and co-founded Yodlee. As well, Singh Cassidy previously held senior leadership positions at Google, including serving as president of its Asia Pacific and Latin America business.
The 2019 Billboard Live Music Summit and Awards is the music industry's top touring conference and a must-attend event for anyone working in live entertainment. Set at the Montage in Beverly Hills, the conference features two days of high-level panels, artist interviews and executive Q&As with some of the biggest names in music, comedy and live entertainment. Additional speakers and panelists will be announced in the coming days. Learn more and register here.