Greencopper develops apps and social media tools, including interactive maps, mobile messaging platforms, and music discovery apps for festivals and live event producers. It's clients range from small festivals to some of the world’s largest live events including Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Roskilde Festival, Reading and Leeds Festivals, Bottlerock, Pitchfork Music Festival and Stagecoach Festival.
"Greencopper’s innovative technology perfectly aligns with our mission to enable Patron Technology’s clients to create deeper and more profitable relationships with their ticket buyers, fans, and supporters. Greencopper extends Patron Technology’s product offerings by providing an increasingly important and innovative technology component for live events. We look forward to working with Gwenaël and the Greencopper team to build Greencopper’s presence on a worldwide basis,” said Patron Technology CEO Marc Jenkins.
The company is based in Montreal with a local presence in France, the United States, Denmark and the Netherlands and now provides digital solutions for more than 300 events in over 25 countries annually.
The financial details of the transaction were not disclosed. Greencopper will continue to operate and service its clients while it is integrated into the Patron Tech platform, the company said.