Marianne Bratt Ricketts, CEO & Co-founder at Vibbio, has many exciting plans in the loop. Amongst those plans are a brand new platform, new technology enabling video-on-demand for businesses and international expansion! Together with her co-founder she has built a fast growing company in record time, and we can`t wait to have her on stage at Startup Extreme!
We are scaling to meet the huge and growing need for smart video solutions. In our company, we both work with creating inspiration and online learning with regards to easy ways to create good content - and now when we are also starting to build tech solutions to automate the video production track, we need to further grow our team. This will also mean that we go from a pay-per-video model, to a pay-per-month subscription model (and from a fairly local product to a global market product).
#WHYWE have gotten investors
I believe investors are interested in VIBBIOs potential, with video becoming a global mega-trend.
#WHYWE want investors
To be able to fast and fully transition our company from video production (only scalable locally) to video on demand, as a tech solution (scalable globally).
#WHYWE will win the market
VIBBIO is a B2B company. There are many simple and quick solutions for the consumer end of the video market, but currently no clear contenders in the business end of the video segment. VIBBIO is already a market leader in Norway, within smart videos and video for SoMe.
#WHYWE are an awesome team
"We are a female-led company, with 5 out of 5 managers currently being women, though we are an almost 50-50 gender balanced organisation as a whole. With broad backgrounds from media, marketing, video and design - we have a deep understanding of the changes the marketing-and communications sections are undergoing, and we work hard to constantly stay updated on the latest trends, while continually testing our formats and analysing results and audience patterns."
#WHYWE want to join Startup Extreme
To connect with investors, potential customers and the wider startup scene.
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