Hotels can register for a FREE 90 day trial. If they find our site beneficial, then the cost is about $20 per month. We believe it is a very fair way for hotels to give GroupEventsPro.com a try. It only takes a few minutes to register. We don't ask for a credit card or any payment. A hotel has nothing to lose and may gain more business.
Carlsbad, CA (PRWEB) March 9, 2009
With Web 2.0, the opportunity for users to interact with others, rather than simply viewing a company's web site is the new reality. Think Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, and the other really successful web sites in the web 2.0 environment.
Sonya Orme, the president of GroupEventsPro.com saw an opportunity to improve communications between group event planners and hotels. In the past, planners of business meetings and conferences, weddings, reunions, sports events, religious gatherings, anniversaries, birthdays, and other events had a great deal of work to do in selecting the right hotel with the necessary services.
No longer does a planner have to call numerous hotels to discuss the hotel's facilities and negotiate rates for their event. Now, by going to GroupEventsPro.com and registering their event - at no charge - all of the registered hotels in their destination city will be advised of this new event. The individual hotels can then decide if they want to quote on this event, or not.
Hotels are loving the idea. Now they don't have to rely on an event planner to find their hotel and contact the right person. As a registered hotel on GroupEventsPro.com they will be advised of all events in their area that are posted by an event planner.
Ms. Orme has a great offer, "Hotels can register for a FREE 90 day trial. If they find our site beneficial, then the cost is about $20 per month. We believe it is a very fair way for hotels to give GroupEventsPro.com a try. It only takes a few minutes to register. We don't ask for a credit card or any payment. A hotel has nothing to lose and may gain more business."
Hotels will love the fact that they do not pay any commissions to GroupEventsPro.com. Group organizers pay the hotels directly. Hotels also save time as they don't need to check on guest's records, room reports and past emails.
Professional planners can use the site and hotels will make commission arrangements with the hotel, whereas smaller groups do not expect commissions from the hotels.
At GroupEventsPro.com, not only the group organizers save time, but the hotels will do so as well.
Ms. Orme is a successful California businesswoman, and past member of Young Entrepreneurs Organization, who had an early start in the hotel industry and went on to develop property, executive office centers and other facilities related to successful meetings. Born of personal frustration in planning meetings and other events, GroupEventsPro.com was carefully structured and implemented to solve a problem experienced by group event planners.