Global Brain has invested in Airmeet Inc. (Airmeet), a company that provides a virtual events platform across the world, through its KDDI Open Innovation Fund III (KOIF III).

Airmeet’s immersive engagement suite empowers businesses and communities to connect with their audience, engage in meaningful conversations, exchange feedback, and build long-lasting relationships through events. Marketers, community managers, sales executives, and customer relationship teams leverage Airmeet’s 360-degree attendee engagement suite to dive deep into audience needs and dynamically update their customer engagement strategy with highly interactive touchpoints.

Offering two product formats - 'Conference' and 'Social Webinar', Airmeet enables businesses and organizations to break boundaries, build relationships and unlock new revenue streams. With the ability to scale up to 100,000 participants, support multi-format events such as webinars, hybrid conferences, trade shows, workshops, Airmeet is building an all-year-round engagement suite that will extend into virtual reality and metaverse to deliver a highly immersive experience.

Global Brain decided to invest in Airmeet, thinking highly of its outstanding product and the management team which accurately captured the current trend of promoting online events. Global Brain will proactively leverage its resources to support Airmeet to improve its product further and support the world’s transition to a post-COVID world where virtual events will increasingly co-exist as equally interactive and enjoyable complements to physical events, especially in Japan and Southeast Asia.

About Airmeet

United States of America
Lalit Mangal


KDDI Open Innovation Fund III
General Partner
Global Brain Corporation
Fund Size
JPY 20 billion

About Global Brain

Tokyo, Japan
Yasuhiko Yurimoto
January 1998