Zoom fatigue no more! This startup spotlight features Airmeet, a new virtual meeting and conference platform out of India that has raised twice in the the last 6 months and is ready to give virtual events a purpose built platform.
Airmeet co-founders Lalit Mangal, Manoj Singh, and Vinay Kumar Jasti came together to build a platform that gives event and meeting hosts new tools to engage their audience. The introduce practice sessions so hosts and speakers and panelists can go live before their audience can join to test audio and backgrounds to make sure all your technical setups are ready to rock n’ roll.
Breakout rooms are a thing of the past with Airmeets new “Virtual Tables”. Hosts can setup tables and participants can freely move from a mains session or presentation into a digital space where they can have a little quiet and privacy for a private discussion or breakout session.
Polling and Q&A are also given a makeover to allow teams and meeting hosts to engage the audience and get them to submit topics and question to help drive a meeting and ensure that you are covering the most front of mind topics.
We are excited to see what Airmeet has in store for us as they use their recent funding to help enhance their product offering and bring even more exciting feature to their virtual meeting platform. With our new remote/distributed working dynamic, even after the pandemic subsides there will be increased demand for software to help distributed teams get together and for event hosts to provide access to individuals who might not be able to join in person. A more digitally connected world is in our future and Airmeet is here to help connect us.