EventGeek pricing is based on the number of "Upcoming Events" in your account at any given time, plus access to premium features, like Travel Planning and CRM integration.
For example, if a company has 10 events they definitely plan to do in the future, then they should opt for the Growth subscription tier.
It does not matter if these 10 events take place next month or next year. As long as the events are scheduled to take place in the future, they're considered "Upcoming" and count toward the subscription.
Past Events don't count toward your subscription cap. So go ahead and add as many as you want!
Past Events contain important data for Budget and ROI Reporting. Also, you can use any Past Event as a template to create a new event. (You can even set a template's planning timeline to anchor on the start date of a new event.)
Per user pricing works great for most business software, but events are different. The problem with per user pricing for events is that it limits collaboration to only a few "power" users.
In reality, event teams collaborate every day with lots of different types of users, from marketers, designers, sales reps to execs within their company. Externally, event teams collaborate with vendors, venues and partners. Events are social! EventGeek supports all of these relationships.
ROI Reporting with Salesforce/CRM integration requires an annual subscription on the Professional or higher tier. Every company tracks ROI in their CRM a bit differently, so we require an annual subscription to customize your integration. ROI Reporting with your CRM delivers exceptional value to your events team, marketing ops team and executives.