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Airmeet is the fastest growing platform for hosting a rich variety of virtual events. From hackathons to ice-breakers, panel discussions to workshops, Airmeet’s intuitive experience delivers on organizer’s expectations for a wide range of events and not just conferences.
The company has empowered event organizers across industries to run a wide variety of events and meetups from trade shows, job fairs, and virtual team cafes to virtual conventions, university resource fairs, and highly technical industry summits on its platform.
Every event on Airmeet takes place in a virtual ‘ballroom’ which can be customized in appearance and seating arrangements to deliver a unique experience and highly relevant interactions among the participants.
Our mission is to empower organizations and communities in achieving effective collective progress.
The company was founded in 2019 as a remote-first company by IIT alumni and ex-CommonFloor executives Lalit Mangal, Manoj Kumar Singh and Vinay Kumar Jasti.
Airmeet scoops up $35 Mn in Series B round. According to the Bengaluru-based startup, the fresh proceeds will be used to invest in research and development and scaling its go-to-market function.
Airmeet said it has raised $35 million in its Series B funding round from a clutch of investors including Prosus Ventures, Sistema Asia Fund, RingCentral Ventures, KDDI Open Innovation Fund, DG Daiwa Ventures, and Nexxus Global.
Virtual events start-up, Airmeet raises $35 mn funding, grows 30% M-o-M. The funds raised will be deployed in expanding footprints in the global marketplace, with plans to invest heavily in R&D, and scaling its go-to-market function, Airmeet stated.
Airmeet has raised $35 million in funding led by Prosus Ventures and Sistema Asia Fund. The Series B round saw participation from RingCentral Ventures, Nexxus Global, existing investors Sequoia Capital India and Accel India among others.
Airmeet raises Rs 260 crore in series-B funding round. The company claims to have scaled its recurring revenue 24 times since Series A investment and is growing at 30 per cent month-on-month..
Airmeet announced to have raised Rs 260 crore in series B funding from new as well as existing investors.
Being recognized as an all-in-one virtual events platform, our clients believe that Airmeet is an epitome of versatility in virtual events landscape that renders an inclusive & immersive experience.
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