When you’re competing with other event venues for the same contract, you need to be able to share the most pertinent sourcing information with the planner quickly and clearly. At Social Tables, we understand this, so we’ve built sales and marketing tools like Social Tables Presentation Layer to give you the flexibility to do this in a variety of ways.
With our latest update, when a planner visits your Presentation Layer and downloads a PDF of a bookable room’s floorplans, they will also receive information detailing possible layouts available in that room. Take a look at the gif below to see how it works:
Why properties love this
You get that extra competitive edge. When you use Presentation Layer to represent your bookable space online, your property’s literature always stands out as the most informative when the planner sits down with their client to review possible options. You take the next step in permitting your clients to imagine their events in your space.
Why planners love this
It’s all about the sourcing information. The more specific the description of a given space and its layout potential, the more likely a planner is to consider that space for the site of an event.
If you already use Presentation Layer, awesome! The update is available to you now. Your planners will start receiving the improved floorplan PDFs right away. If you don’t use Presentation Layer —make the switch today! Reach out to your Customer Success Manager at (877)973-2863 or sign up for a free Social Tables trial. You’ll gain a crucial advantage during the sourcing phase of your sales and marketing.
Planning the buffet, placing the mics, laying it all out — it’s not easy making the little details come to life. So in 2011, we set out to change the way events are designed by introducing better collaboration between planners and properties. Today, we’ve evolved that vision into an innovative platform offering the industry’s leading solutions for event sales, services, and group distribution. All to help the world create the best face-to-face events.