Post the stringently executed lockdown, the recent opening up of the Indian economy with a series of Unlock initiatives by the government of India has lent a ray of hope across key sectors.
The Indian event, experiential, and LIVE entertainment industry which was majorly impacted with the pandemic is raring to bring its former glory, and is currently going through a transformational phase with clients (both, brands and people) focusing more on virtual events.
Clearly, technology is playing a key role with how the events are being organised right now and the trend is expected to continue to grow in the next few years at least. Amidst this metamorphosis, two young female entrepreneurs Ananya Kapur and Preeti Singh, who hail from a celebrated career in the event industry have launched Rent Your Event.
The newly launched digital platform in their words has been conceived “with an idea to re-shape the world of events, re-imagine the event space and re-define the event manager in you!”
Rent Your Event promises to be a one-of-a-kind digital platform aimed at connecting consumers with the right event partners for them to plan an event effortlessly. This unique model helps users, both individual and agency, plan and execute events seamlessly with easy availability of event partners within their budgets and across geographies, in just a few clicks.
Rent Your Event aids consumers to directly tap on the website, search for their requirements from a plethora of partners listed, connect with partners via the online directory, and enjoy the experience of effortless events.
Elucidating on their vision, the founders, Ananya Kapur and Preeti Singh jointly commented:
“We fervently believe this platform will be pivotal in connecting potential buyers and sellers from across the globe and will help revolutionize the way events will be planned in the future
This well thought yet the simple platform is a celebration and tribute to the craftsmanship of the makers of the event industry, created to re-shape the future of the event industry in India, Dubai, and Thailand to begin with.”