We've gone slightly off-piste this month with our Feature Spotlight, as we want to test a new feature with you that's not quite finished. We're excited as it could get you more bookings, save you money and help a member in need.
Our blog this month is also not in line with our usual format, but it does involve a new way to promote your space while making searching easier. It's called Quick Lists and you can request to get involved.
Read on to:
- Learn about Community Requests: a new feature that could be a win-win for everyone
- Get involved on our Facebook community
- Discover more about Quick Lists
Lastly, we wanted to share a bit of exciting news - we were featured by ClassicFM last week. Check out the article here and if you’re happy to share it, we'd be eternally grateful.
As always, get in touch if you have any questions or compliments,
Gabriel and the Team @ Tutti
Feature spotlight: Community requests
Introducing Community Requests. Sometimes members in our community can't quite find the right space for their project, yet we still want to find a way to help them. That's why we created a public list of requests, where creatives can add their project details and share them publicly.
As we like everyone to win, if you can help with their request then we waive our commission; that way they get the space they're looking for, you keep 100% of the booking fee (as it's a bit of extra work for you), and we have a happy Tutti community!
(Note: This system has been decommission as of late 2021)
Our two most recent new features were both requested by users. Our goal is not only to help your spaces be seen by more people and receive more enquiries, but we're actively building a unique booking system, custom designed for the creative industries.
We want your help in making Tutti the best site to help you receive more creative bookings. Get in touch!
We’ve also created the Tutti community Facebook group to enable anyone to join the conversation. Please come join!
What's on the blog?
Who doesn't love a list? We certainly do, which is why we've been busy sorting your spaces into easily searchable lists to help promote them to our community of artists.
Example lists include: piano practice rooms, dance rehearsal space, food photography studios and plenty more. Have a look and if you think your space would be a perfect fit for a list then let us know!
These are the spaces we showcased to our artists in this month's newsletter. If you'd like us to showcase your space, become a Verified Host.
Exhibition London is a new multi-purpose space located in the heart of the Westfield London development - this unique Grade II listed structure was first built in 1899 and originally used as an engine house for Central London Railways. Iconic TFL aesthetics remain in place, with the red brick and tiled interior walls lending unique character to this dynamic venue with 1,300sqm usable event space.
Located in a warehouse building overlooking Hertford Union canal, Chisenhale Dance Space is a vibrant and friendly place to rehearse, network, and perform.
These spaces are competitively priced and come with all the kit: a built-in sound system, sprung floors and central heating.
Tutti's latest additions sound like something from a horror flick: a derelict, decrepit old house, a pitch black room and a deserted medical office. They are, in fact, high-end photography and film studios from Espero Studios. Located in the East, their spaces are full of quirky character, ideal for anyone trying to create a certain vibe.
"A governess is having a passionate love affair with music."
The above is just one example of some of the weirder things we've found on Twitter. It's a sentence created by the Magic Realism Bot: a Twitter bot that generates a "magical story every 4 hours", in 280 characters or less. Perhaps it only has practical value to those fictional writers among you, though we have definitely lost at least a few minutes daydreaming of how that governess's affair started.
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