Hi @Kamila ,
Regarding the multipurpose room you’re right, the problem is that the rent is for a day to avoid problems of clash between customers for non-compliance or delay since this implies personalized setting, for this reason the rent is for one day for a client. I wanted to do the meetup in this way to make a presentation where, through audiovisual material, I could explain what was related to Horizen.
However, it is totally possible to do the meetup in a cafeteria or restaurant, this would undoubtedly reduce the costs by doing it in a free space, said meeting would then take place as a conversation and debate. Replacement expenses would also decrease in the same proportion, leaving $ 6.
By making this modifications and maintaining the rest of the standards described in the original proposal, the total budget would be $ 156.
It is entirely possible to do it this way.
Now, this change would imply that the giveaways would be altered. The original idea was that $ 7 would be awarded in Zen to each person to use $ 2 in the raffles and they will have $ 5 left for the use that each person wants to give him.
Doing the meetup in a cafeteria or restaurant, would imply that the $ 5 that would be left to each person, would be used in the acquisition of a coffee or any souvenir that they wish.
In this sense, it would be possible to increase the giveaways from $ 7 to $ 10? This is with the intention that they spend $ 2 in the raffles, spend $ 4 or $ 5 in the cafeteria and have $ 4 or $ 5 left for the use they want to give.
If so, the total budget would be 216$ Please let me know if this is a viable option.
The idea that people keep a small amount of Zen is to become familiar with the crypto and go replicating this to the people closest to each of them since this meetup will start later events.
Thanks for your effort, if there is any doubt or suggestion, do not hesitate to let me know.