Ruchit Garg & Vishwa Vivek, Founders of


Technology has changed alot the way we interact, from emails, to blogs to twitter, to mash-ups and what not. But event management industry so far has been still getting done in the old brick and mortar style.When founders of, Ruchit & Vishwa looked at the issue deeper, they found that most of the event managers wanted to use technology, as it can make their job easier and can save money. Underlying problem found is,it’s just too costly for event managers today to use the technology or to approach the people who can set it up for them. makes it easy for event managers to use cutting edge technology and helps them reduce their burden so that they can focus on their core, event itself. is technology company which provides immediate access latest digital tools & techniques to event management companies and helping them market their event on various social media platform, gather attendee RSVP, sell tickets online, Tracking and analysis, tips and tricks of events in 2010 and more.

Hobby of listing events online and sharing it with friends, turned serious when people across country started pouring in their events via is a self-funded company started by Ruchit Garg & Vishwa Vivek , who bring to the table their vast experience in developing and delivering complex internet solutions.“We believe that technology should make life and work simpler without huge learning curves. portal is all about event & you!” said Vishwa. Vishwa added that “focus is on the bridge that connect events with user and maximize experience for both event manager and for event attendee”

Simple and usable, is what making a popular portal amongst forward looking successful event managers. Within 3 months of launch of the site, over 5000 events have been contributed by portal users. Free to use, no setup cost, low transaction fees makes hottest place for event organizers to sell their event tickets online.

Ruchit who works for Microsoft and currently moonlighting this project, confirmed that has plans to expand to virtually all cities in India before end of this year.


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