Difference between Premium/ Premium+ and Silver/ Silver+

Is it just a renaming or is there any difference in the premium+ package we offered before March 2020 and the New Silver+ package?

Earlier we had two subscription plans for oDASH: Premium and Premium+, which were quite confusing and were not completely addressing the needs of our clients. They wanted an option of having a premium service at event level.


With a goal to ensure that the client receives the value for money, we have reworked on our subscription option and renamed it as Silver.


Premium/Premium+ was primarily for using the tools and features we offered in the organizer dashboard. Silver plan includes everything in premium plans plus exclusive advance features

Note: You can rather choose SILVER+ plan inclusive of our earlier Premium Plan features, to unlock multiple events. However, if you have limited budget and a single event then you can start with SILVER.

To see all the features click here:

Difference between Silver and Gold & Platinum

While Silver is a starter plan for event planners to try out 10times platform and the tools, Gold and platinum are to boost event visibility on the platform, generating more pageviews and leads.

Basically, Gold & Platinum Packages give priority listing to events across the platform. Additionally, our event consultants work with the clients to understand their target audience and help with generating more audience intent.


Here is a video explaining the different plans and the features.

How to activate your Silver (Basic) Subscription via Organizer Dashboard

  • Go to SERVICES from top menu

  • Refer to Event Level

  • Click on "Click on Add event & Start Campaign"

  • Click on "Enable" highlighted below

  • Select the Event from the drop down menu for which you want to start the campaign

  • Or else Click on "or add new event"

  • Then Click on "SUBMIT & ACTIVATE" as highlighted below

  • Below message would pop-up to seek your confirmation, Select OK

  • Immediately your services would activate and will show as below:


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