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    Eventaur will soon make organising events a breeze

    THERE is no dearth of event planners on the World Wide Web. Early this year, we saw the launch of a wedding-planner app WedMeGood. Weddingz.in is another player in the space. Evibe and BookEventz are other one-stop platforms for event planning requirements.
    And now Eventaur is ready with a tool, called Event Planner, which will make organising events a breeze. It intuitively, or intelligently to be specific (thanks to an extensive algorithm), works out a bouquet of vendors that will work best for you. Thata��s because ita��s still a task to choose the best combination of decorators, caterers, logistics partners, and other vendors, all the while fitting in your budget. The Bengaluru-based startup has been working on it for two years.
    Anirudh Poddar, founder of Eventaur, explains how it works: a�?Register on the website. Enter the occasion (birthday, wedding ceremony, corporate outing, etc.), date and time, choice of venue, number of attendees, location, and budget, and run the a�?I know my budgeta�� search. The app will throw up four or five combinations of vendors that are required to plan the event. Each combination will also give a break-down of budget. We also give you the option to customise under each combination. Or, you can just choose from three pre-defined budget brackets.a�?
    Since Eventaur is in the business of planning events, you can leverage services from its list of 2,000-odd vendors, across 24 categories of functions. They will add wedding choregraphers soon.
    The soon-to-be-launched tool also targets professional event planners, who can find vendors for a�?big eventsa�?.
    Details: eventaur.com
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