Event Booking Platforms

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Event Booking Platforms

Splacer, Peerspace, EVENTup, eVenues, and Unique Venues are five more examples of online marketplace platforms for venue booking. Details of these companies are included in the attached spreadsheet, rows 7-11 of the 'Event Booking Marketplaces' tab and rows 2-6 of the 'Competitive Analysis' tab. Provided below are brief overviews of the identified platforms.

Splacer

  • Splacer was founded in 2014 and has between 11-50 employees. Its value proposition is to enable space owners to bring mobility and monetization to their spaces, and to allow people to create unique experiences.
  • The company allows event organizers to use owner spaces and charges a 15% commission on the amount the space rents for.
  • Its competitive edge includes its expansive network of local scouts and affiliates who help it to access unique spaces to ensure it lists the best venues only.
  • Likewise, the company offers a unique 'Business Class' package that grants corporate clients access to free services and more benefits like a dedicated Splacer team member, extra payment options, etc.

Peerspace

EventUp

eVenues

Unique Venues

Research Methodology

To find more online marketplace platforms other than Kapow, Triple Seat, Gather, VenueBook, or SixPlus where users can book a corporate event or private meal, we searched for more competitors of Kapow, Triple Seat, Gather, VenueBook, or SixPlus, on platforms like Owler, Zoominfo, Datafox, Crunchbase, Craft.co, etc. Next, we went through the profiles of the examples we uncovered from those resources to identify those that are marketplaces and offer corporate events and private meals. Using that narrowed down approach, we found out that Splacer, Peerspace, EVENTup, eVenues, and Unique Venues meet the criteria and have included them in the attached spreadsheet.

To understand the value proposition of each company, we checked their websites for their mission statements, 'About Us' information, as well as the messaging included on the homepages of their websites. For competitive advantage, we examined each company's unique strengths, offerings, and product differentiation, along with competitive analysis information by experts and review articles. To identify the target market for each company, we started by checking which markets their services and offerings target. We also searched for interviews, business reports, and reviews of these platforms for any mentions of their target audiences. In closing, the detailed information is included in the attached spreadsheet, rows 7-11 of the 'Event Booking Marketplaces' tab and rows 2-6 of the 'Competitive Analysis' tab.
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