September 4, 2017 beaconvc

Beacon VC invests in Series A round of event management platform Event Pop

Thailand’s leading end-to-end event management platform under the brand “Event Pop” raises Series A round from Intouch Holdings PLC (through InVent) and Beacon Venture Capital.

The recent winner of the national award in the ‘Rising Star Startup’ category at Startup Thailand 2017 will use the capital to develop new services in Thailand in addition to its core ticketing services, as well as exploring overseas expansion.

Established in 2015 and based in Bangkok, Event Pop is Thailand’s leading end-to-end event management platform with comprehensive technology-oriented services from ticketing and on-site access control to in-event cashless payment solutions and CRM suites. Event Pop is on a mission to enable the best live performance experiences to organizers and event attendees through the best in-class technology.



With only 2 years under its belt Event Pop has already served over 3,000 events including festivals, live shows, sports, and businesses seminars. Progressively improving all parts of the platform through expertise and partnerships with the clients, Event Pop strives to enable all event promoters and organizers to grow by providing insights, deeper understanding of attendees and simpler engagement in both online and offline channels.

Event Pop has recently launched in-event cashless payment solution Spark in April 2017, serving one of Thailand’s most renowned events with more than 40,000 attendees over the course of 3 days with stability and zero down time. Event Pop is also rolling out new products and services in 2017, which focuses on three main categories: Festivals / Entertainment, Business and Sports. One of the products will increase efficiency and precision of online marketing by utilizing attendee’s interests, spending, and post-event behaviors, and another product will serve the valued attendees, increase engagement and discover a breeze.

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