OnePlan, a London, UK-based company that provides a live event site and venue planning platform, raised $6 million in new funding, bringing its total funding to $15.1 million.
The round was led by Elysian Park Ventures and Verance Capital.
OnePlan plans to use the funds to expand its presence in the United States, where it recently hired a director for North America.
The company provides 2D and 3D digital mapping tools that allow venue planners to seamlessly organize live events of all sizes. OnePlan's digital twin product, Venue Twin, gives organizers virtual access to real-world venues, opening the doors to completely new opportunities for venue owners and operators.
“It’s heartening to see how our customers, at some of the biggest venues in the world, get immediate operational and security benefits from using OnePlan,” said Paul Foster, founder, and CEO, OnePlan.
OnePlan software has been used for live events at Silverstone, Arsenal Football Club, and will be used in the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Company: One Plan Limited
Funding Month: March 2023
Lead Investors: Elysian Park Ventures and Verance Capital
Company Website: https://www.oneplanevents.com/
Software Category: Events Planning Software
About the Company: Founded in 2019 by Paul Foster, OnePlan is an events planning software company. The company’s software solution provides event organizers with real-time data intelligence to plan for and measure crowd capacity and safety, arrival, and exit flows. OnePlan's technology, including digital twins, has supported over 25,000 events in 107 countries. The company has a North American-based team, led by a new director in Los Angeles. Its current clients include the Intuit Dome project and Silverstone, as well as the Paris 2024 Olympic Games, and its 3D tech has significant potential future applications.