Zuddl Raises $13 Million in Series A; Plans to Dominate ‘New Normal’

As individuals, if we refuse to stay flexible, we run a major risk of falling behind. You see, living in a world where landscapes are, more or less, always in motion makes it imperative for everyone to keep an open mind. This realization has dawned upon us time and time again, but its strongest permutation came only with technology. The reason why technology ended up weaving a relatively more extreme scenario talks extensively to its unprecedented nature. With such high unfamiliarity in play, we were naturally hesitant in buying entirely into it. Some people were, however, quicker to recognize the creation’s potential, and the ones who took a little more time were left trailing. Even following technology’s take over, we have had to deal with various occasions, which demanded similar proactive approach from us. In fact, there is one lurking on the horizon right now. It’s barely a secret that Covid 19 pandemic changed the core meaning of normal, hence consequentially, we were also forced to change how we went about practically everything, and one major alternation took place around how we approached public events. Nevertheless, a few have been able to use the situation in far better way than others. Zuddl, a hybrid and virtual event startup, has just secured a spot in the former category.

Zuddl has officially raised $13.35 million in a Series A funding round. Led by Alpha Wave and Qualcomm Ventures, the round saw Zuddl touching a figure that was dramatically higher than the $2 million it raised back in October 2020 during its bid for seed funding. Interestingly enough, the company has, so far, focused on a market vertical, which despite the high buzz, remains somewhat untapped. Instead of restricting themselves to big public-facing trade shows, Zuddl has went on to become a reliable platform for the companies to host their internal events, including job fairs, training programs, and cross-department-networking gatherings.  According to certain details provided by the company, it has already completed successful collaborations with big names like Microsoft, HSBC, and Kellogg’s.

“These Fortune 1000 companies spend as much on internal events as they do on external events, purely because of the scale of these global teams,” said Bharath Varma, co-founder of Zuddl.

Zuddl holds a unique appeal to today’s users largely because of its willingness to offer customized experiences. Anyone using the platform retains the power around building virtual venues in whichever way deem fit, configure backgrounds, and do basically all the things they feel can add a unique value to their event. Apart from the organizing part, Zuddl also takes away your burden in concern to activities like recording the sessions, setting stage timers, and integrating ticketing system etc.

 

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