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DoAttend - Dead Simple Event Management Solution.

Bangalore, Jan. 13 -- Organizing a paid event in India is one big challenge - the likes of Eventbrite do not make sense, as they accept only paypal payments and do not even support INR transactions.

DoAttend is a dead simple product (launched by Tenmiles) that lets you create events for free, as well as manage the nitty gritty of the events.paid event management made simple- doattend

You get a custom URL for your event page (like abc.doattaend.com) and can easily setup the event page with minimal information.

DoAttend event pages integrate seamlessly with google maps, calendars and social media networks; and one can setup pricing/discount for different registration types.

One can customize the ticket as well as information one wants to collect during the registration phase.

What's really impressive is the ticket buyer experience - no need to sign up, intuitive process flow and support for multiple payment options (bank account, itz cash card, credit cards).

For paid events, DoAttend charges 4.9% of the ticket price + Rs. 15 (convenience fee) and the way it works is that the registration payment goes to DoAttend account and event organizers gets paid on a weekly basis.

Do give DoAttend a spin and share your opinion.

Also see : Ayojak - organizing events made easy

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