Since 2012, Lucas’ vision and expertise has grown Showpass from a modest queue-managing tool to a multi-million dollar ticketing company. As an active member in the tech community, Lucas has participated in the Startup Grind, the Executive Calgary Technology roundtables, and even moderated events such as The Alberta Electronic Music Panel. He continues to stay on top of tech developments by contributing to Augmented Reality initiatives such as 6D.ai and Adobe Aero. With his first corporate exit at the age of 15 and the milestones Showpass has reached over the years, the industry has recognized Lucas’ achievements with a nomination in the Event Industry’s Top 40 under 40 and the Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year award.
While focusing on driving efficiencies within Showpass, Tyler is always evaluating ways to make organizers more money. With a background in public accounting and subordinate financing from his days at E&Y and BDC Capital, Tyler has a long history of reviewing businesses and investment opportunities to grow profitability. Since joining Showpass in late 2017, Tyler has been relentlessly focused on resource and cost structure optimization, process improvement, industry research/market analysis, and transactional due diligence to ensure financially-sound business decisions are made for the company.