The social network UX connects individuals and businesses to easily organise, work at, sell products at, invest on, sponsor and attend events (matchmaking between all types of event stakeholders, or any subset of them). The protocol enables an open, transparent, secure, peer-to-peer event marketplace, which leads to more efficient and socially scalable event economies. Additionally crowdfunding is supported, providing a breakthrough on limited capital for good event ideas. Finally there is more community engagement, as well as community marketing embedded in the process, as participants are more invested both emotionally (due to having a say on event matters, eg lineups) and financially (crowdfunding).
Do you own a venue, or are you an artist, entertainer, public speaker, catering company, cook, photographer, audio or visual professional, barman or other service industry professional, security company, marketing/promoter, an influencer, or anything else that can provide value to events? With ComeTogether you can get exposure to community driven, well funded and fully transparent events, by trustworthy organisers, with zero possibility of fraud.
Money, your risk tolerance and not being an already well established name are not limiting you anymore. Plan your dream event, find the service providers and vendors to staff it, invest only what (and if) you can, throw it into the market early on, by crowdfunding the rest. If crowdfunding is a success you will make your event a reality, have fun and most likely profit, as the success of the crowdfunding is already some positive feedback that people like it, while community marketing is already embedded within that process. Should the crowdfunding fail, you are still on the winning side, as you don’t lose money, while you received some valuable feedback, for your future endeavours.
That way, you know exactly, what your and the rest of the investors money, are being used for, therefore you can make better calls. Additionally, there is no way you can invest in underfunded and non engaging with the community events, since in those cases the crowdfunding targets will most likely not be met and everyone, including you, will just get their investment back.
Buy your ticket during the crowdfunding at a better price and support event concepts that you like, to become reality. All while getting your money back, if there is not enough interest from the rest of the community and the crowdfunding does not succeed. Moreover, now, you and the rest of the attendees, have a say on features of the event you are participating, such as the line up!