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BigMyGig – A Startup Which Lets Us Search And Discover Artists Online

Redefining the entertainment industry !

Everybody has talent but sometimes due to not enough reach and poor exposure, some artist don’t get enough shows and gigs. And even if he gets it, he might not get to his target audience. In order to fill this gap, a startup known as BigMyGig is working towards it.

Idea behind the company

BigMyGig is an online platform to search artists and discover tools so that one can book best artist for any event. The idea was intellectualized by its founders who were former event managers and experienced artists. The company is part of Prarambhan Entertainment Private Limited which was started on October 23, 2015. The masterminds of BigMyGig are Ramalingam Subramanian and Pratik Rathod. To find the solution for above mentioned problems, they explored the possibilities and came up with the innovative platform, BigMyGig.

How does it work?

The tool lets an event organizer search through 1200 digital portfolios, filter, short-list and book the portfolios of any artist they like. Moreover, the artists are listed only after they qualify and test as per quality parameters. This makes the tool good for both the artist and the users as they are verified and of 100% quality to the respective clients. Moreover the online tool has features like direct negotiations, pre-payment guarantee and real-time portfolios which is revolutionizing the traditional entertainment industry.

As of today, BigMyGig has more than 1250 artist, 14 categories and 250 genres of entertainment and over 600+ event managers in Mumbai.

With the coming of more reality shows and online tools, can we eliminate the traditional faulty ways to find gigs and events for artists? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Abirami Pillai

Abirami Pillai

A 20 year old passionate geek, never misses a chance to read on internet culture, consumer-facing technology & social media.
Abbie loves to write about early-stage startups, disruptive technology and new Apps in the market, besides that she is a diehard cinephile and logophile.

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