Mulitbrain invited to Web Summit as Beta company

On November 7th the Global World Summit will begin and last until November 10th in Lisbon, Portugal. The summit will see around 50,000 attendees from entrepreneurs, to big businesses that will show off their latest tech, and share business practices. Every year, the summit awards a few standout companies a Beta status. Dallas own startup Multibrain, a company that has developed a platform for businesses to leverage social media into their marketing practices, is one of 200 businesses that have won the coveted spot of Beta.

“We’re super proud to be participating in Web Summit as a beta company,” says Multibrain founder and CEO Scott Kramer in a press release. “It’s a who’s-who of major players in the tech industry, so being highlighted as one of the hottest ones to watch is a big honor.” The startup has also been selected to participate in a PITCH competition where only one company will be crowned Startup of the Year.

Multibrain opened in Dallas in 2014 with a simple goal of making it easier for businesses of all sizes to integrate social media into their marketing strategies. To achieve this, Multibrain looked for a way to eliminate the need to have multiple windows open to manage various social media accounts. The result is a single platform that businesses’ can link all of their social accounts together, such as Facebook, Twitter, and even Youtube, and post content with one-click. The platform also offers their users helpful tips for managing content, analytics to determine where the most traffic is received, and suggestions on how to better their reach on social media.

There’s little wonder that a company that offers an intuitive way for business owners to interact with the intricate web that is social media is receiving noticed from prestigious events such as the Web Summit. Multibrain is a shining example of what the Dallas startup scene has to offer and sets yet another tier for others to strive for.

To learn more about Multibrain and their single use platform, please visit

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