Enterprise Community Event Platform Bevy Raises $6.4 Million


Bevy aims to make scaling a global events community easy by facilitating millions of in-person conversations for clients like Atlassian, Duolingo, Docker, Evernote, and Startup Grind.

With Bevy, organizers are able to run everything on their own with events, emails, and sponsors all built in. They can add more cities and get data on how to better run your community.

The company wants to pioneer a “customer to customer marketing” that involves prospective and current customers talking to each other.

The investment came from Upfront Ventures, author Steve Blank, Qualtrics cofounders Ryan and Jared Smith, and Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard.

Bevy was created by the co-founders of Startup Grind who felt it really hard to scale their global events community with the available technologies.

Startup Grind is one of the world’s largest communities for startups, with chapters in 400 cities.

“Bevy is positioned to help companies build customers and brand through scaling community events,” said Bevy CEO Derek Andersen, in a statement. “Our team has been solving this problem since 2010, and we are thrilled to build a product for marketers looking to create deep relationships with their customers. We help companies spread their products and values through rich in-person interactions.”

Source: Bizztor

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