Have you ever tried to host an event for friends? Ever talked to a soon-to-be bride or newlyweds who just went through the process? Or, have been tasked with finding a venue for your company party? If so, you’ll know what a hassle it is to find a venue for all types of events. It is possibly one of the most painful processes that you could ever go through in your life.
People want more than just your average space or banquet hall at another hotel. Individuals and consumers are looking for unique venues that create unqiue and memorable experiences. Sure, we still have the every day banquet hall and ballroom, but, where else would you be able to find The Bachelor House for a wedding, a Hollywood Castle for a kid’s birthday party, or pretend you’re Jeremy Piven playing Ari Gold at the Entourage House.
People are looking for unique and memorable experiences that will live with them forever.
Imagine if you could go online, search for the city you’re planning an event in, filter down by the availability, event type, venue type, price, max occupancy and amenities. Imagine if you could see high-resolution images, read reviews on the venue, and learn more about the venue’s offerings, all without going through countless hours of back and forth over the phone. From there, simply set a time for a site visit and book the venue.
This all leads to the culmination of what Eventup is truly all about. It is a marketplace that is a shared economy between individuals looking for unique venues that create memorable experiences and property owners, whether commercial or private, that would like to make more money off their existing space.
Simply, search by location, filter down by event type, your budget, how many people are attending, and find venues that are available for the date you have your heart set on. You’ll have high-resolution images, maps to show you what part of town it’s in, and ratings and reviews that help you not get ripped off. All of this, without having to spend hours, if not days, searching through various websites and making phone calls.
As always, if you want to get in touch, have questions, want to help us change the world, or know of great venues we should talk to, get in touch by emailing me, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Co-Founder/CEO of eventup