US event firm Bevy acquires Cairo-based event management software company Eventtus

California-based enterprise community event engine, Bevy, has acquired Cairo-based land leading event tech company in the Middle East, Eventtus.
The US company in a statement said that with the acquisition, it can “now further advance our leadership role in enterprise events by delivering an end-to-end white labeled event system of record that helps enterprise leaders build even stronger and more engaged communities”.
Per the deal, Bevy adds more than 20 engineers to the Bevy team, including Egyptian founders Mai Medhat and Nihal Fares.
“It also extends Bevy’s event technology stack with the addition of a mobile in-person conference app, and several other engagement tools for attendees. Once integrated with Bevy’s enterprise community event engine, customers will have the most comprehensive, end-to-end event management solution to manage and scale their virtual, hybrid, and in-person event programs,” the statement added.
Founded in 2012 by Mai Medhat, CEO, and Nihal Fares, chief product officer, Eventtus propose a mobile application that enables event marketers and producers to host or experience virtual, hybrid and in-person events.
The company, also based in Dubai, also proposes through its app, virtual networking possibilities, virtual booths, interactive tools for live streaming sessions, real-time analytics, and an integrated ticketing and registration system.
The company in the past also received investments from the biggest regional and global investors such as Algebra Ventures and 500 Startups. Bevy, founded in 2017, is the only end-to-end enterprise community event platform in the world, the statement notes.

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