Event Organizer – Small Events 1-50 people

AMAZING EVENTS COME IN ALL SIZES

And we shouldn’t leave the profits to just the big guys. Our plugin works to bring you revenue for even the smallest of events.

DON’T SPEND A PENNY
UNLESS YOU’RE EARNING

Rebus is free to get started. We charge 3.99% commission of every sale for events of 50% attendees and under. This means, if we get paid, you are definitely earning!

YOU DON’T HAVE TO CHANGE A THING 

The Rebus Plugin easily integrates into your existing platform or any ticketing websites.

YOU DON’T HAVE TO CHANGE A THING 

The Rebus Plugin easily integrates into your existing platform or any ticketing websites

HOW IT WORKS

Integrate Rebus widget

Get the Rebus widget code snippet from our website. Rebus integrates easily with your event website, streaming meeting platform or any kind of digital event software

Add Ancillary Experiences and Products

Our dashboard lets you create all of your ancillary products, services, and/or experiences for your virtual event. Don’t know what ancillary offerings to include? That’s not a problem. Our AI algorithm will suggest the ancillaries that best match your event.

Start earning!

Sit back, relax, and watch as the Rebus widget helps you sell more experiences, products, and services to your virtual attendees. It’s time you started earning more, isn’t it?

HOW IT WORKS

Integrate Rebus widget

Get the Rebus widget code snippet from our website. Rebus integrates easily with your event website, streaming meeting platform or any kind of digital event software

Add Ancillary Experiences and Products

Our dashboard lets you create all of your ancillary products, services, and/or experiences for your virtual event. Don’t know what ancillary offerings to include? That’s not a problem. Our AI algorithm will suggest the ancillaries that best match your event.

Start earning!

Sit back, relax, and watch as the Rebus widget helps you sell more experiences, products, and services to your virtual attendees. It’s time you started earning more, isn’t it?