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Stuart Galbraith in Musicweek on Secondary Ticketing

One of the UK’s leading music promoters has called on Google to stop taking adverts from secondary ticketing companies found to be operating “in breach of the law”.

Stuart Galbraith, CEO of Kilimanjaro Live, which works with acts including Ed Sheeran, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The 1975, claimed Google was “making a fortune” out of the controversial sector due to the money spent on advertising by the major resale sites.

“Out of any organisation, Google are probably the ones making more money out of secondary ticketing than anybody else – purely and simply because, when you buy a Google ad, you are at the top if you pay the most,” he told Music Week.

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