Startup Profile: EventPlanner — plan and manage your events online

by | Jul 17, 2017

Just as the name hints, EventPlanner is an online marketplace that connects users to a range of event vendors in Nigeria. Basically, it allows for planning and managing of events from start to finish.

Vendors such as makeup artists, photographers, caterers, DJs, MC/Compere, decorators, videographers etc, are listed on the platform, with their locations, and charges. With this, users select their preferred service providers.

The words of the founder goes a long way to define their essence:

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We put the power of an event planner in your pocket. We make it easy for you to find all the vendors you need, book them, pay them, and manage every aspect of your wedding or event – from anywhere. No matter the event you are planning; be it weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, corporate dinners, corporate retreats, corporate parties/launching, we work hard to make planning your events fun and easy.

The platform was launched on January 2, 2017. According to the founder, Amaka Epoh, their mission is to give event vendors an online visibility and to create the easiest and cheapest way for customers to book event-related services.

Ready to plan an event? Make use of the platform immediately.


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