India is going through very exciting times. More and more new fast growing businesses (startups) are coming up which are playing an important role in transforming India’s economy into a digital economy.
Today we buy most of our useful stuff “online” on sites/apps like PayTM, Flipkart, Ola, Grofers, Swiggy and many more. Billions of transactions are taking place online these days, earlier majority of them used to happen offline via Cash.
This is really helping our economy with better accounting of money and it is definitely a great move towards a cashless India.
Not only is it helping us in reducing corruption but also these apps have really increased our productivity and comfort. There’s nothing like getting a good quality grocery at your door step via apps like Grofers & Peppertap. Now, you can also prepare for IIT-JEE at your home by logging on sites like Toppr.com.
The great part is our current government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been openly promoting the concept of Digital India. Not only are they rewarding the tech startups in India but the current government is also trying to get more and more foreign investment in India.
We feel proud to share that we at Townscript are also playing an important role in making our country a digital economy.
So, How is Townscript contributing in making India a digital economy?
There are millions of people who host workshops, meetups, courses, entertainment events, treks & trips, sporting events and many more in India. Earlier whenever an event organiser thought of organising an event, registration management & payment collection used to be a super pain for them.
Majority of them used to collect money via cash and on the spot which made it really difficult for them to host an event successfully.
We made this self serve event ticketing & registration management platform – Townscript to empower event organisers who could even sell less then 10 tickets for his workshop/meetup.
Our model has been simple anyone can host an event by just signing up on the platform (like you do on any other site like Facebook etc). You can create event’s link within few minutes by setting up your event ticket’s price and asking questions from your attendees.
As soon as someone registers online for your event via debit card/credit card/ internet banking you get a notification on your email and your attendee list gets created which you can download in the form of excel sheet anytime.
Few of the interesting use cases of Townscript have been :
Mr Sampath Iyengar of The Indian Networker Meetup says
Earlier my office boy used to go and collect money via cash from potential attendees. It used to be a big pain and also lesser people turned out for the event. By using Townscript, I can promote my event on social media, via mailers and also Townscript helps me in promoting my event and charges only a nominal fee per ticket.
Abhay Gupta an alumnus of Little Flower School, Jamshedpur says
We were planning to organise a meetup of our batch from last 3-4 years but didn’t know how to go about it. Recently, I planned to create an event on Townscript and pasted the event link on our school whatsapp group and could collect more than INR 2-3 lakhs for the event within few days. More than 60 alumni registered for the event. It’s amazing!
Chetana Mishra – Founder of Mompreneurs India says
I have been working hard to promote entrepreneurship among Indian women. I host lot of quality events & workshops to help mothers become entrepreneurs. Townscript has been really helpful for me in managing my events’ registrations
It feels great to see how we have been providing value to our customers and also contributing to our economy.
70% of our customers are those who were earlier using offline modes of registrations and payment collection. We have brought them online and we feel proud of it!
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