With live streaming becoming such a dominant pillar in any marketers and creators activity, several Israeli entrepreneurs decided to take live streaming to the next step. evmux, Established by Elad Rosanski (CMO), Eran Eluz (CTO), and Alon Sela (COO), is able to differentiate itself from other live streaming platforms by offering a more robust set of features that make it easier for users to stream and share their content.
Evmux has been getting huge traction in the last several weeks since its launch. The platform has been adding users in a very fast-paced while providing marketers and creators extensive training for them to take live streaming to the next level.
Some of evmux’s key features are the ability to:
- Run multiple sessions from one editor – no need to have different instances per session.
- Create scenes ahead of time so the day of the event running the event will be easy and smooth.
- Live editing capabilities – on top of editing before the event, anything is possible to edit live.
- Autoswitch from one scene to the other to automate the flow of the event.
- Powerful integrations to save tons of time.
- Fully private Speaker Room to streamline the speaker’s experience and ensure the success of the event.
“Evmux is an amazing tool for marketers that understand content creation is the best marketing channel. Using evmux, any marketer without any technical experience can create stunning content with a few clicks of a button: Webinars, virtual events, podcasts, live streams – the new era of marketing is accessible by using evmux.
Create branded, professional content without the need and the hassle of hiring external tech teams,” said Elad Rosanski, Co-Founder & CMO of evmux, who, together with his co-founders, have vast experience in the events industry, working with large enterprise clients including Facebook, Amazon, Google, Salesforce, and more.
Following the covid pandemic, Elad and his partners Eran Alutz (CTO), and Alon Sela (COO), decided to build a SaaS product that will help integrate and scale virtual events.
As mentioned earlier in the article, live streaming is becoming more and more dominant, when we look at recent stats displayed by techjury, stating that 79% say a brand’s video has convinced them to buy a piece of software or an app, and 74% of millennials find video helpful when comparison shopping. Not to mention that the live streaming market is expected to be worth over $247 billion by 2027.