TechCrunch Disrupt is like the Olympics for startups. Taking place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from 2 to 4 October, it brings together the best and the brightest from the startup world and VCs, corporations, journalists and tech enthusiasts.
Viberate is one of the sponsors this year, so we’ll be there throughout the whole event. If you want to meet us, drop by our booth at El1 and we’ll have a chat. Nine members of Viberate’s team, including the two founders, will be happy to answer any questions or discuss partnerships.
So why should you meet us? We’re there to present Viberate as a service, as well as our business models:
- If you’re working for a music streaming service, a ticket vendor or a talent booking agency, then you’ll be interested in our API, which can feed you data about nearly half a million of musicians, along with metadata-equipped content, gig dates with ticket links, social media analysis and much more. Yes, dear Spotify, Apple, Napster, Deezer, Ticketmaster, Eventbrite, Skiddle, Eventim, Paradigm, William Morris, CAA, we’re looking at you.
- If you’re organizing a music festival, then our Festival App Platform is the one for you. It allows you to easily create a mobile app for your festival, at no starting cost, only a small monthly subscription charge. The majority of the content will be sourced to the app directly from Viberate, which takes a lot of the hassle away from you. Also, 80% of festival attendees have downloaded our apps, which makes them a great communication and advertising channel.
- If you’re working for a large corporate advertiser who wants to build their own digital channel to communicate with a young target audience, then we should talk about our Tonight nightlife guide, which we can license to you on a white-label basis. It allows you to build a relationship with young partygoers by offering them information about events and artists nearby, and to use the app to place marketing messages about your product or service. Picture your own TripAdvisor, but for music events.
- If you’re a musician or a venue owner, come see us for more information on how you can claim your Viberate profile and use it to your own benefit.
- If you’re just a cool guy or gal, wanting to geek out with us about using data and analytics in the music industry, we’re fine with that too.