The $200k investment will be used to drive sales in the U.S. and expand the product line. Everytale is a platform for hybrid and online events (conferences, exhibitions, summits, webinars, workshops, and online courses). Regardless of the size and complexity of the event, Everytale provides easy session initiation, advanced moderation features, and efficient follow-up interaction with participants. At the moment, the startup is actively developing its corporate vector.

Everytale also provides infrastructure for past events and recorded courses: video content can be uploaded to the platform for subsequent monetization.

The company is already operating in the US market. The startup's clients include Kiwitech, Amazon, PWC, as well as the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, and many others.

In addition to Vibranium.VC, project investors include S7 Ventures, Starta Ventures, Nextouch, and several private investors. Since 2019, the project has raised a total of $3.8M.

Everytale was founded in 2019, and in 2020, the company was included in the top 50 social startups in the world according to Ashoka Changemakers Award. The project is currently in the finals of Impact Future, an international social startup competition. Project founders Valery Makovetsky, Vladimir and Alexander Krikushenko have a decade of expertise in educational sphere digitalization. Nikolai Davydov ( and Troy Malone (Evernote, mmhmm) advise the company.

"The Everytale team is full of professional and experienced entrepreneurs. They managed to find an interesting niche for the application of their technology and show good growth dynamics. I am sure that the project will develop rapidly and demonstrate excellent results," said Zamir Shukho, Vibranium.VC founder and general partner.

Kirill Timofeev, Vibranium.VC co-founder and partner: "Together with Everytale we want to give users a platform with revolutionary features, as if Zoom were to be combined with YouTube. An important advantage of Everytale is its well-developed infrastructure for past events, which allows organizers to monetize content. If education goes online, we want to build virtual classrooms and libraries for every university in the world."

Valery Makovetsky, Everytale CEO: "We are happy to welcome Vibranium.VC on board of Everytale. Zamir Shukhov and his team are recognized EduTech industry experts who will allow us to develop the project more effectively in international markets. Our mission is to create equal opportunities to acquire and monetize knowledge on a global level."