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Say Hello To Fillit

Nowadays, millennials enamour to do everything via smartphone and online. As a result, typical booking transactions have become blissfully easy, with apps allowing processes to only take a couple of minutes and void of any human interaction.

The frontrunner in this area is unsurprisingly AirBnb, the peer-to-peer accommodation marketplace that has seen its users recently hit the 100 million mark since its launch in 2008.

The unique selling point here is choice. Searches can be filtered according to size, price, location, amenities, budget and keywords. With the gaining popularity of AirBnb, it was only a matter of time before a similar template for event spaces would surface – introducing the Dún Laoghaire based Fillet.

Fillit is an online platform that connects people and spaces. They cater for people looking for the perfect temporary venue for events, pop-ups, retail, promotions and everything in-between across Ireland. Fillit make finding and booking a venue simple and help ‘landlords’ manage and promote their spaces to wider audiences. Much like AirBnb, it’s peer-to-peer and offers a huge array of choice.

In the events industry, everyone wants their venue to be unique, original and suit their theme perfectly. Fillit saves event professionals from spending countless hours on the phone liaising with landlords and booking managers. You can enter your event type, attendance size, location, price range and length of rental. As an added bonus the service is free until a booking has been made, Fillit charge a 10% service fee to the tenant and 5% to the landlord.

Fillit undoubtedly opens up the venue market to event professionals in Ireland. In particular, in sheds light on the lesser-known spaces which are often overlooked. These kind of venues can install that feeling of originality and newness which might just be perfect for your event and guaranteed to impress your clients

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