A Marketing and Promotional Website created in PHP that allows users to browse and research Clubs and Events in their Local Area
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Abstract – Matthew Gibson This project will be to create a marketing/promotional website for nightclubs in Cardiff. The website will allow users to sign up and sign in to view local events and clubs in the Cardiff area. Club and event managers will provide this information by signing up their club/event to the website with the relevant information such as prices, music genre, etc. The user, club event information will be securely stored in a database with valid encryption in order to keep the information safe. Once a user has signed up and selected favourite clubs/events (if opted) they will then receive a weekly email providing them with information and news on their favoured clubs/events. This website will provide valuable promotional resources for both regular events in the most mainstream of clubs/events and irregular events of the most obscure and possibly unheard of clubs and events.
BSc (Hons) Software Engineering
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