London (PRWEB UK) 4 April 2012
Eventility.com is an organisation and promotion platform that enables anyone to create, manage and promote events, clubs, groups and communities for free. It enables people to find out what is happening locally while also helping people to get involved and build networks around their interests. Eventility offers an easy to use professional web interface, RSVP and reminder emails, SMS reminders, subscription payments, the ability to sell tickets and run offers, integration with Facebook and Twitter, online and phone support and much more. Now boasting over twenty thousand events and thousands of groups, it is clear that many organisers have already made Eventility their platform of choice.
The platform fully integrates social networking in new ways that evolve the traditional group management experience. A companion app will be available on tablets and smartphones from April 2012, providing instant sync capabilities for a seamless experience.
Eventility Ltd. have integrated with PayPal to provide Eventility users with the ability to collect subscriptions for their clubs, groups and communities. They can quickly and simply collect subscriptions and any other payments online; all they need is a free PayPal account to collect their revenue.
“I’m delighted to add two more great features, hot on the heels of our popular ticketing feature – subscriptions and the API. The new subscriptions collection feature helps reduce the hassle of subscriptions collection and helps increase club revenue” Said Robin Brattel, Eventility CEO and founder.
Eventility’s groundbreaking API (http://developer.eventility.3scale.net/) allows organisations and developers access to the public data flowing in and out of Eventility, unlike many other social networking platforms where the information is kept and used solely by the platform. Eventility has already struck deals with large-scale data partners and will encourage others to access the data and re-use it.
“Eventility offers a great platform for those organising activities of every kind. The freely available API means organisations and developers alike can access real time open data about a huge range of events, venues, activities, groups and much more. This will allow new services to arise and innovation to flourish.” Said Eventility Board Advisor and Open Data advocate Professor Nigel Shadbolt.
For more information contact: Robin Brattel, CEO Eventility, robin(at)eventility(dot)co(dot)uk or 07944 444242.