Tripleseat launches event website

Venues by Tripleseat enables event planners to quickly search, browse and and submit multiple requests for event space. Photo credit: Tripleseat

Tripleseat launched the new Venues by Tripleseat, a website designed to simplify finding the perfect venue for any event. An easy-to-use tool, Venues by Tripleseat enables event planners to search across multiple criteria, including location, budget, headcount, venue type and cuisine, eliminating hours of manual research.

The newly redesigned website, available at http://www.tripleseat.com/venues, is the latest addition to the Tripleseat product suite. Venues by Tripleseat enables event planners to quickly search, browse, and and submit multiple request for event space in some of the most sought after venues in a single click. More than 500,000 people visit the Venues by Tripleseat site every month.

“The private dining and special events market continues to grow to new heights as more and more people look to venues like restaurants for their next event or meeting,” Tripleseat founder and CEO Jonathan Morse said in a statement. “With the ease and convenience of our venues website, event planners can find the perfect restaurant, hotel or unique venue to host their next board meeting or soiree. We’re confident the updated Venues by Tripleseat site will provide a positive, seamless experience for people looking to book an event.”

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