The startup tracks the content of events by collecting posts using the events’ official hashtags across major social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube. So far, event organizers using Eventifier are ranging everywhere from Boston, London, Berlin, Bangalore to Manila. The startup charges from $19 onwards depending on the event’s archiving requirements.
Founded by Jazeel Ferry, Nazim Zeeshan, and Saud Mohammed, Eventifier has so far archived over 1,000 events, attracting 17,000 unique visitors each month. The startup has spent most of its time incubating and building its product at The Startup Centre. Startup Centre founder Vijay Anand said:
All of this was built out of India, without stepping into the US. Bottom line: You can build global companies from anywhere. Sure, they would travel to their markets to expand, but we are glad we could help this startup get off the ground, in the time period we spent with them.
We also understand that Eventifier is gaining interest from advisors and investors who are keen to bring the startup to the next level. If you’re keen to archive your events effortlessly, give Eventifier a try.
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