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We spoke to a number of industry experts to get their take on community building and what it means for SaaS companies as they look for growth opportunities in a…

As digital tracking wanes, companies turn to online communities for direct access to customers

It’s been fascinating to watch the development of Eventtus, a startup I came across many years ago in my travels in the Middle East, finding them at the Rise-Up Summit…

Events platform Bevy acquires Egypt’s Eventtus to scale its offering for enterprises

You might expect that a startup that makes community building software would be thriving during a pandemic when it’s so difficult for us to be together. And Bevy, a company…

Bevy raises $40M Series C with 20% coming from Black investors

This might seem like the worst time to be building an event software business, but it seems to be working for Bevy.com, which just announced that it has raised $15 million in…

Bevy.com raises $15M to power virtual events and community

Bevy announced today that it has acquired CMX, which it describes as “the world’s largest community for community professionals.” In other words, CMX is trying to connect and support the…

Bevy acquires community-focused networking company CMX

The founders of entrepreneurial community Startup Grind have a startup of their own — Bevy, which announced today that it has raised $6.4 million in Series A funding. The funding…

Startup Grind founders raise $6.4M for community event platform Bevy

Never before has Europe seen an app dedicated to the late-night delivery of alcoholic beverages until the launch of Bevy, one of London’s emerging tech startups. With operations running until…

The new age of alcohol

Families today often have more photo-taking devices than family members, which has led to the problem of people having massive numbers of photos and videos, none of which are properly organized and…

Backed By $4 Million, Bevy Debuts A Photo And Video Storage Solution The Whole Family Can Share
Hardware

Mophie Bevy Review

2:33 pm PDT • May 8, 2007

Its not every day that I get to review a device so meaningless that I want to cry — actually that does happen every day, as evidenced much of our…