Which add-on plan is right for me?

Deciding between Free, Pro, or Business.

Our Free plan is designed for small events with less than 50 free registrants, or for testing out the product before upgrading to a different plan.

Our Pro plan includes unlimited events with up to 3 sessions per event, total. It can also have up to 500 Free registered attendees per event. Run The World takes a 15% revenue share on ticket sales plus standard credit card processing fees.

Our Business plan allows unlimited events, and has the capabilities to include more sessions and Free registered attendees. The base plan starts with 500 Free attendees and 20 sessions, but gives the option to increase both Free attendees and sessions.

All of our plans do not have attendee limits for Paid tickets.

There are no additional fees for hosting a Free event.

The Pro add-on plan is great for SMBs and organizations looking for data insights to generate leads and grow.

The Conference plan is best for those looking for larger conferences that require custom branding, sponsor booths, data insights, more sessions, parallel sessions, or more attendees.


Here is our official web price plan.


How do I purchase a plan?

Create an account or sign in to Run The World on your computer. Navigate to the Organizer dashboard on the top right of your computer, and click Change plan on the upper left. You can enter your credit card information right on our website.

Can I change or cancel my plan at any time?

Yes. You can change or cancel your plan at any time. If you change your plan to a higher subscription fee, the plan takes effect immediately. If you change your plan to a lower subscription it will take effect at the end of the month.

I have an existing plan and don't see it on this list. What should I do?

Our current pricing plans take effect as of March 9, 2021. If you have purchased a plan prior to that date and want to know what has changed, please contact support@runtheworld.today

Is there non-profit pricing?

At this time we don't offer discounts for non-profit pricing.

Can I run a free event?

Yes, you can run free events, see more details here.


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