MyPublicInbox, a platform focused on increasing the relevance and impact of public profiles on the web by generating valuable communications over the internet, has launched OpenExpo Europe, the technology exhibition and congress specializing in innovation, digital transformation and open source, accepted.
With this acquisition, MyPublicInbox aims to accelerate the impact of all of this public profiles in the network, as well as improving the connectivity and value relationships of its users through technology, dissemination and professional interactions between companies.
OpenExpo Europe will continue to be a reference place to promote the development of technology projects and companies, while MyPublicInbox will be integrated as a platform to make the activities of companies, professionals and technology projects even more relevant in the “phygital” world.
Corresponding Beatrice Cerrolaza, CEO of MyPublicInbox: “In 2021 we have multiplied our revenue by 4.3 times compared to the previous year. But most importantly, tens of thousands of valuable interactions between companies, individuals and professionals have taken place through our platform, accelerating the impact of many of our public profiles on the network. With the incorporation of the OpenExpo Europe working team, as well as its activities within MyPublicInbox, we bring experience in building a community, creating impact through outreach activities, interaction projects and accelerating digital business, which can greatly benefit users of our platform .”
To the Philip Lardy, Founder of OpenExpo Europe, “We are very excited about the world of possibilities that our union opens up and on a personal level very happy to be part of a very beautiful and disruptive project that is growing exponentially. 2022 is set to be a great year for OpenExpo Europe, starting with our acquisition by MyPublicInbox and continuing with the return of our reference event on June 30, 2022 in in-person format that will bring together thousands of professionals and hundreds of companies.”