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Events platform, Eventerprise, which has an operational hub in Cape Town, has signed on three more international business leaders to their existing group of early-stage investors. This addition will aid in its plans for global expansion.
“This shows that there’s a definite groundswell of support from the international events and business community for what we are trying to achieve, which is making the global events industry a more transparent and easier place to do business in,” said the Eventerprise co-founder, Charlie Wright, in a press release.
“It is especially gratifying to receive this level of endorsement from individuals with great insight into the opportunities and challenges that face the events industry,” Wright continued.
The new additions to the platform’s investors include the chairman of the Dodsal Group, Rajen Kilachand as well as two UAE industry experts, John Martin St Valery and Omar Rahman.
Eventerprise has welcomed on three more investors to aid in their global expansion
“The world of events is still very much fragmented, without a central platform where event professionals across all verticals can display their services, products or venues so that potential clients can find and compare them in a faster and more transparent manner,” said Eventerprise’s other co-founder, Götz Thümecke.
“Eventerprise’s dedicated search algorithm and use of verified reviews and custom profiles for event professionals aim to solve the current disconnect, and it is wonderful to know that prominent business leaders are buying into our mission,” concluded Thümecke.
Eventerprise had a successful March, having launched a beta version of the company’s digital performance tool, EventerScore as well as an upcoming North American roadshow by co-founder Thümecke.
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