Eventup Venue Marketplace Launches in San Francisco

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An online comprehensive marketplace for unique and exclusive venues called Eventup has just expanded to San Francisco. Providing help for private and commercial property owners who want to rent their spaces for events, photo shoots and pop-up restaurants, Eventup originated in Southern California in February.

Eventup is an online event booking company dedicated to the most exclusive and unique commercial and privately owned properties. The site allows its users to save money and time by searching and booking exclusive venues for their users and property owners can also user the site to make money by offering their locations for events.

Tony Adam, co-founder and CEO of Eventup said, “San Francisco is home to some of the most incredible, unique and alternative spaces, it made total sense to have them be Eventup’s second landing ground. I worked in San Francisco for many years and have planned numerous events and conferences and know first hand the difficulty and time spent finding relevant and available venue spaces. That’s why we created Eventup to be the most comprehensive and easy-to-use local marketplace for booking events.”

The company launched initially in Southern California last month and just recently expanded to San Francisco. Eventup offers a wide range of event spaces, including vineyards, homes, museums, restaurants and other properties that are typically not available for the average person. The company handles the entire booking process from start to finish and customer support is available 24/7. For property owners are given the opportunity to make money from unused spaces, such as their home when they are away on vacation or even a restaurant when it’s a slow night.

Eventup plans to expand further throughout the year and eventually will maintain a nationwide database.

Source: SF Gate

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