Eventective Search Engine Complements Expedia, Travelocity, Orbitz, Travel Agencies

PORTLAND, Maine, March 18 /PRNewswire/ — Looking for space for a meeting, party, wedding, family reunion or function? Now you can find just the location you want in just seconds. That’s what Eventective can do that Travelocity, Orbitz and Expedia can’t do.

“Eventective is an incredible new Internet channel that will generate well-qualified leads that no other search engine can provide. In some ways like Expedia and Travelocity, Eventective will soon be a must-have for any hotel, inn or catering facility,” observed Gerard Kiladjian, general manager of the Portland Harbor Hotel.

Facilities can list their facility and event spaces on Eventective at no charge for the basic service. This allows facilities to place all relevant information on Eventective including: descriptions, photos, maps, room layouts, and a long list of attributes. A hotel with 22 meeting rooms, a college with 54 event spaces, a restaurant with one function room all can post information at no charge. Anyone searching for space to hold an event will discover places they might never have considered booking, from churches to libraries to museums, as well as traditional choices such as hotels, banquet facilities and restaurants.

“People want to search for space with specific characteristics and located in a certain area, and they want to do it without the endless hours of telephone tag,” said Alan Hyman, founder of Eventective. “This will be the easiest and most cost-effective way for hospitality businesses to promote their event space,” added Hyman.

The Web site is http://www.eventective.com/.

Alan Hyman co-founded I-many, Inc. in 1989. He was president and he led the company in its growth from a Massachusetts start-up to Maine’s largest publicly traded software company in 2000. In 1998, he founded JobsInTheUS.com, which launched in 1999 and is now the most successful career resource in northern New England, with Web sites in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

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