Grabyo

Grabyo is the leading cloud video production, editing and distribution platform. Grabyo’s lightweight tools are the future of broadcast, equipping partners with the tools to manage agile video distribution strategies across all major digital platforms.

London, United Kingdom
Founded: 2013
Staff: 65
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Cloud-based Software
video editing
Video Marketing
Video production
Video strategy
Video
video communications
video on demand
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live streaming

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EA Sports
world rugby
The Football Association
UFC
Wimbledon
PBS
Showtime
DAZN Canada
DAZN Spain
Big Ten Network

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Sport
Entertainment
news
esports
Brand Marketing
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Grabyo features in the 2020 Sunday Times Tech Track 100!

by Scott Lunn

8 September 2020 14:52pm

The 20th Anniversary of the Sunday Times Tech Track 100 sees Grabyo’s first appearance.

Grabyo has been ranked in the top 100 fastest growing technology companies in the UK by the 2020 Sunday Times Tech Track 100.

Following Grabyo’s inclusion in the Sunday Times’ ’10 Tech Ones to Watch’ list in 2019, which highlighted companies with potential reach the final list, Grabyo has been ranked 84th in the 2020 Tech Track 100.

Grabyo has achieved a sustained period of organic growth, with over 53% rise in sales over the past three years.

During the COVID-19 health pandemic, its cloud video tools have been perfectly positioned to offer support to broadcasters and media organizations as they transition to remote working.

Some notable projects from 2020 include MTV’s pop-up ‘Games Live’ gameshow, EA Sports’ FIFA 20 Stay and Play Cup and the FA’s Football’s Staying Home campaign.

For more information on Grabyo’s services, or to find out more, get in touch.

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