Welcome to eBay San Francisco, headquarters of the world’s largest online marketplace for tickets to live entertainment events — StubHub. Our LEED Gold Certified workspace is also home to the eBay Classifieds Group. More than 600 employees occupy several floors in our SOMA (South-of-Market) high-rise, close to everything the City has to offer, and just a stroll away from the bay, bridges, and ballpark. Don’t miss the view from the 10th floor!
199 Fremont Street, San Francisco, California 94105
StubHub provides exchange services for buyers and sellers of tickets for sports, concerts, theater, and other events. Our San Francisco location houses the majority of front- and back-end developers, data and analytics, marketing, finance, business development, professional seller development, ticketing operations, and more.
As the world leader in online classifieds, the eBay Classifieds Group maintains sites across 25 countries worldwide. Our sites help more than 70 million monthly visitors find what they’re looking for in their local communities — whether it’s a job, apartment, car, financial services or new friends.
With its large population of extraordinary developers, architects, and data scientists, San Francisco is an ideal location. There is also a wealth of local institutions, universities, and conferences to keep our people on top of their game. Not to mention diversity: To truly cultivate teamwork, there needs to be a diverse set of perspectives, something abundantly available in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Here we have it all — art, music, sports, food, shopping, a beautiful coastline, and great people. But it’s the less-known things that make San Francisco a great place to work: the culture of acceptance, the ability to jump in the car and be at the beach or the mountains within a short period of time. It’s the diversity and being able to find your exact niche.
We love our work, so we try to give something back whenever we can. Through the StubHub Foundation, we’ve donated nearly $4 million to causes in North America and Europe, and through our Next Stage Social Good program and partnership with The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation, we’ve partnered with a number of big-ticket recording artists to put nearly $2 million worth of musical instruments into schools in need around the country.