Top 15 Webinar software

Last updated: June 18, 2021

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Zoom unifies cloud video conferencing, simple online meetings, and cross platform group chat into one easy-to-use platform. Our solution offers the best video, audio, and screen-sharing experience across Zoom Rooms, Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and H.323/SIP room systems.
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Cisco Webex is your one place to call, message, meet. Build stronger relationships with face-to-face meetings and real-time collaboration using whiteboarding, screen sharing and more. Showcase the best you with video conferencing that is simple but powerful.
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Citrix GoToWebinar is the online conference software that makes it possible for anyone to host a professional webinar from the comfort of their own office. GoToWebinar makes it possible for anyone to host a professional online conference from the comfort of their own office. Whether you’re using webinars for content marketing or companywide meetings, GoToWebinar gives you the capacity to easily reach large groups online.
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The world's most reliable webinar platform enhanced by the world's most powerful marketing features! Live webinars and online meetings using Google Hangouts.
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Thanks to EverWebinar, small and medium-sized businesses can ramp up their sales by taking existing webinars (one-time events) and replay them for the benefit of new attendees and potential customers. By importing events and using EverWebinar automation-friendly features, you can create the look and feel of the original webcast as often as you want without actually being present yourself.
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Adobe Connect is an enterprise web conferencing solution for online meetings, eLearning, and webinars used by leading corporations and government agencies. And it's based on Adobe Flash technology, so you can deliver rich interactions that participants can join easily.
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Hassle-free Webinar Software for Marketers. Only Demio provides a simple, no-download webinar experience for your audience, as well as all the marketing tools you need to generate better results.
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Hopin is an online events platform where you can create engaging virtual events that connect people around the globe.
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Now you can create a complete All-In-One Webinar (lead generation) system for your business straight from your own WordPress site. Webinars/Online Events can’t be beat for teaching and selling to a community. We know this and chances are you know this. EasyWebinar will give you the ability to create high converting webinar/event funnels using our customized templates and integrations.
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Webinar software to bring your students, leads, customers and team members together. Run custom webinars to teach, train, coach, onboard and educate your audience. Build your brand awareness, share your knowledge and show expertise. No installation required.
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The Best Webinar Software on The Planet. Run better webinars with no worries with the best webinar software ever. Create a live & evergreen webinars in 10 seconds.
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Zoho Meeting empowers you with remote support, online meeting, and web conferencing features to host instant meetings or web meetings for your audience.
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Automated teleseminar & webinar replay services. No software, no html, no hassle, no kidding. We integrate with Google's Hangouts on Air to provide advanced webinar features such as registration pages, analytics, reminders, etc. We also offer automated webinars that will run, educate and convert on autopilot. Save time. Serve various audiences regardless of time zone.
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AnyMeeting offers free and low-cost web conferencing, video conferencing, phone conferencing and webinar services for small business, with all the features and capacity of expensive services.
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WebinarIgnition is the most flexible platform for creating professional live & automated webinar funnels. Run engaging, high-converting live webinars. Create evergreen webinars that run 24/7 on your website and sales funnels. Start building a list of targeted prospects and buyers, as each registrant can be added to your email list.

Latest news about Webinar software


2021. Twine raises $3.3M to add networking features to virtual events



Twine, a video chat startup that launched amid the pandemic as a sort of “Zoom for meeting new people,” shifted its focus to online events and, as a result, has now closed on $3.3 million in seed funding. Event owners can use the product for free on twine’s website for small events with up to 30 users, but to scale up any further requires a license. Twine charges on a per attendee basis, where customers buy packs of attendees on a software-as-a-service model. The company’s customers can then embed twine directly in their own website or add a link that pops open the twine website in a separate browser tab.


2021. Hybrid events platform Brella raises $10M



Hybrid event platform Brella has raised a $10 million Series A funding round. Unlike many of our competitors, Brella is squarely focused on capturing the essence of live business events and translating them into an intuitive digital format. It is not impressing event organizers with needlessly long feature-lists: Instead, it provides them with a lean, beautifully designed platform that supercharges the attendee experience using fantastic UX and AI-smart networking. The new Brella product is about community building, attendee grouping and unified analytics for virtual and live audiences.




2021. Pivoting from offline into virtual events for enterprises nets Tame a $5.5M



Tame had a digital event suite for offline corporate events. But with the pandemic hitting, it did a hard pivot into providing a highly customizable virtual events platform, primarily used by companies for their sales events. The result is that it has now raised a seed round of $5.5 million. Tame gives you the freedom to design and manage your virtual events the way you want. With Tame you can fully customise your virtual events and make them fun, engaging & exciting to attend.


2021. Introvoke raises $2.7M to power online events that can be embedded anywhere



Introvoke, the world's only embeddable solution for live, has raised $2.7 million in funding. The startup offers components like virtual stages, chat rooms and networking hubs, all customizable and embeddable on a customer’s website. Introvoke is designed for a hybrid future, which will take multiple forms: virtual-only events, in-person only events and events that have in-person and virtual elements. Introvoke charges customers based on live event minutes, a model that it says is accessible to companies large and small. Its components can be embedded on websites built with WordPress, Squarespace, Wix, Splash and other platforms, but also on a customer’s internal intranet.


2021. InEvent raises $2M for its virtual conference platform



InEvent, a startup powering virtual and hybrid events, has raised $2M in seed funding. InEvent is less focused on replicating giant consumer events and more on helping businesses hold virtual events where they can connect with clients and partners. Two of the big needs for B2B events are customization and support, so InEvent has created what he described as a “really beautiful” product that can still be customized with the organizer’s branding. The platform includes a virtual lobby where participants can browse all the programming, a video player, a registration system, the ability to create a conference mobile app and more.


2020. Bizzabo raises $138M for a platform that helps you build and run virtual conferences



Bizzabo, which provides a platform to plan and run both virtual and in-person conferences, from its earliest stages of conception and handling sponsorships, through to managing interactions between attendees, and provisioning the conference itself, has closed a round of $138 million. Bizzabo started life in 2011 positioning itself as the “Salesforce for events.” Leaning heavily on cloud architecture and providing integrations into the many productivity and communication tools that an event organizer might use, the idea was to provide a platform to knit all that together and give organizers a way of using apps and online services to extend touch points between and with attendees.


2020. Welcome raises $12 million to become the Ritz Carlton for event platforms



Startup Welcome, that is positioning itself as the “Ritz-Carlton for virtual events,” has raised $12 million Series A. Welcome features a control room for event producers, breakout rooms for attendees, a green room for speakers, white-label branding, networking, audience question & answer functionality and more. Welcome also offers event producers the ability to hold hybrid events that are both online and in-person. Welcome is targeting enterprise customers for annual contracts in the five-figure range.


2020. Livestorm raises $30M for its browser-based meeting and webinar platform



Video communication startup Livestorm announced today that it has raised $30 million in Series B funding. Among other things, Livestorm is distinguished from other video conferencing tools because it’s purely browser based, without requiring presenters or attendees to install any software. Livestorm team is less focused on the core video technology and more on the experience around the video, with in-meeting features like screen sharing and virtual background, as well as a broader suite of marketing tools that allow customers to continue delivering targeted messages to event attendees.


2020. Hopin raises $125M for its online events platform



Hopin, a startup that provides online events software, has closed a $125 million Series B. Its virtual events technology caught a tailwind when COVID-19 cancelled travel and in-person events all around the world. Suddenly, Hopin’s vision of hosting events online was the only way to hold confabs. But Hopin’s original vision was hybrid events, allowing IRL events to merge with online experiences, we reckon. So, when the world gets a vaccine, Hopin doesn’t see the event as an existential risk to its platform.


2020. Hubilo raises $4.5 million to focus on virtual events


Event analytics platform Hubilo, that pivoted to become a virtual events platform to survive the impact of COVID-19, has raised a $4.5 million seed round, led by Lightspeed. Hubilo is now competing with other virtual event platforms, like Cvent and Hopin. The company differentiates by giving organizers more chances to rebrand their virtual spaces; focusing on sponsorship opportunities that include contests, event feeds and virtual lounges to increase attendee engagement; and providing data analytic features that include integration with Salesforce, Marketo and HubSpot. Hubilo’s clients have included the United Nations, Roche, Fortune, GITEX, IPI Singapore, Tech In Asia, Infocomm Asia and Clarion Events.


2020. Virtual events platform Airmeet raises $12M



Airmeet, a startup that offers a platform to host virtual events, has raised $12M. Airmeet allows users and businesses to host interactive virtual events. Its platform intuitively replicates aspects of a physical event, offering a backstage, grouping people to a table, allowing participants to network with each other and even enabling event organizers to work with sponsors. Airmeet, currently in public beta, is available through a freemium model where it charges businesses based on their usage.


2020. Hopin raises $40M for its virtual events



Hopin, a London-based startup building virtual events technology, announced that it has raised a $40 million Series A from Salesforce and others. Hopin’s technology allows events to recreate the traditional in-person conference, online. This includes features that allow hosts to have digital equivalents of real-world event locations and activities, like expo centers, various stages, and networking capabilities. This mirroring of an IRL get-together, online, could make digital events more attractive to attendees who have become accustomed to a certain method of congregating.


2020. Bevy raises $15M to power virtual events and business communities



Virtual event and community building software Bevy.com has raised $15 million in Series B funding. The company had already started moving into virtual events when the conference business ground to a halt thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. And it’s seen demand explode in the last few months. For example, he pointed to how Duolingo has used the platform to host 1,000 events in the past six weeks, while Startup Grind went from a single virtual event in February (in Wuhan, China) to planning 600 for June. Salesforce is also using the platform.