Organizers and Events – The Basic Concepts

Apr 18, 2023 / 1 min
By: Edyta Gorzon, Director of Customer Success


We are thrilled that you've chosen to plan your upcoming event with us. If you're new to our platform, let us acquaint you with some essential concepts.

Organizer Teams, such as you and your team members, are responsible for managing events in You will usually want to have one Organizer Team per company or organization. You'll maintain all data that's applicable to all the events you organize at the Organizer Team level. This includes Team Management, Legal and Tax data, and Payment Provider Configuration, which won't change for different events.

When you create your Organizer Team, it will be in the "Requested" status. This means we must approve it before you can proceed. However, don't worry, as we're quick with approvals.

Once you've created your Organizer Team, you can begin to create events. In the event creation wizard, you'll provide basic detail about the event, such as its name, dates, and related industries.

You'll also select the type of event, which determines pricing. We offer two event types:

Business events with paid tickets - pricing for these events is based on ticket sales commission.

Business events with free tickets, like corporate or internal events - pricing for these events is based on the number of attendees.

Charity, non-profit and community events, whether they have free or paid tickets – will waive its commission, but we'll require additional information about the event.

In short, to begin working with, the first step is to create an Organizer Team and configure its settings, which will apply to all of your events. Once the Organizer Team is set up, you can start creating events with it.

We are wishing you success in running your events!