This week, Tutti, the marketplace platform for creative event space booking across London, announced it has raised more than £300k in new funding.
With its platform for accepting creative bookings, the company aims to reduce the number of touchpoints and time between a host and artist making a booking.
A total of 4,000 creators and 1,500 listings are available on Tutti, which was founded in 2018 by Gabriel Isserlis, who previously worked in the film, music, and photography industries.
As venue owners couldn’t manage enquiries from all websites in one place, they had to rely on their own manuals and quickly outdated spreadsheets.
He said “I could see first hand how time consuming, mistakes were made, and hosts were spending hours managing their booking system rather than dealing with the human aspect of their business.
“Our powerful software enables booking management to be done in minutes, with effortless enquiries, negotiation and simple, secure online payments.”
Tutti will use the new funding to invest in the platform, add new features, hire key staff, and expand outside of London.
As Gabriel adds, “we listened to event space owners’ pain points, and it became clear that a booking solution that is easy to use and understand, transparent, and offers competitive prices without hidden fees was needed.”
“Ultimately, Tutti provides just this. A quick and transparent solution to owners, so they can continue to focus on what they do best: creating great spaces for creativity to continue to flourish.”