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May 11, 2016 2:48 PM ET

Archived: Hiroes is an online marketplace that unites event organisers, service providers, and unusual venues

iCrowdNewswire - May 11, 2016





Hiroes is an online marketplace that unites event organisers, service providers, and unusual venues. By harnessing under-utilised spaces, SME’s can save time, money, and effort without compromising their event. Raising now to establish premises in London and launch a marketing campaign.


  • Model that includes three revenue streams from one booking
  • Diverse team featuring Marketing and Technical experience
  • Harnessing under-used real estate for revenue
  • B2B and B2C channels


The idea


Organising an event can be stressful and time-consuming. Hiroes aims to be a marketplace that streamlines your event planning experience. We plan to build a list of independent service providers (DJs, cooks, photographers) and unusual venues (Rooftops, people’s flats, warehouses), communicate with them, get immediate quotes and pay on the platform. 

We believe organising an event takes teamwork between the event organiser and the providers. Our first goal is to make people save time and remove the stress of event-planning by enhancing the coordination of the team. The second, is to reduce the considering cost of small to medium events by accessing a whole new category of service providers which are talented independents, professionals to be or young professionals.

Target Addressable Market: Our first aim is to dominate the SMB/start-up market as they frequently organise events (start-up launch parties, milestone parties…). However, these small businesses might not always have the right budget.

Apart from the B2B segment, we will also tackle the B2C segment with private events. Our target persona is a young professional between 20-35 living in London. They are the most active age group in organising events and are early adopters.



Contact Information:

Tim Kring, Bryan Fuller, Jeph Loeb, Joe Pokaski

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