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A Time And A Place - New Business Launched in Belfast
« on: May 30, 2018, 09:43:56 PM »

"a time and a place" is a new service for booking and listing unique spaces in Northern Ireland for a variety of creative and fun events. We connect people looking for cool, quirky and inspiring venues that at times are underutilised.

Our mission is to aid companies, groups and individuals find unique spaces to host events and create their best work. Access to inspiring spaces are key to a successful event or work effort. Whether it's a wedding, dinner, party, or quick meeting, a corporate or social event, or a production of any kind, "a time and a place" is the first platform in Northern Ireland to easily find and book these unique spaces.


"a time and a place" also makes it easy for business owners and hosts make an additional income from their place outside of traditional opening hours. It's free to create a listing, and a good way to gauge interest in your space.[/font][/size]


We're hoping to put an end to digging out the yellow pages, finding venues, calling to get a price and availability, REPEAT. "A Time And A Place" is the Airbnb of Event Space, with the ability of customers to find, book and pay for a venue all through our site.


Website: atimeanda.place




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Re: A Time And A Place - New Business Launched in Belfast
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2018, 12:50:52 PM »
Cool idea...Can think of loads of places in Belfast, that would be great venues...yet empty.
North Street arcade and surrounding area is a gem, waiting on a bit of tlc...

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Re: A Time And A Place - New Business Launched in Belfast
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2018, 05:15:01 PM »
We would need landlords to engage and see that it is beneficial to allow someone to rent their unit on a short term basis until a permanent tenant is found. Especially on North St where the future is a little uncertain with pending development.

But for some reason a pop-up culture has not developed yet in Belfast. "Home" and The Crisp Sandwich shop the last pop-ups I can think of.