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Montréal, Quebec – January 11, 2022 — Crewdle, one of the most promising videoconferencing platforms globally, today announced that it has reached a major tech industry milestone, marking another important achievement in the company’s young history: 200,000 users.

Montréal, Quebec – December 7, 2021 — The videoconferencing platform Crewdle has hit the 10,000-user mark, an average monthly growth rate of 76% over the last 10 months, with an international reach spanning across Europe, Africa and the Asia-Pacific region, its founders announced Tuesday.

Montréal, Quebec – October 26, 2021 — Crewdle, a Montréal-based technology start-up specializing in real-time peer-to-peer (P2P) communications, is pleased to announce the closing of a funding round of over $2 million, with the significant support of Anges Québec’s investor members, two independent angel investors and the co-founders.

MONTRÉAL, QUEBEC—September 14, 2021—Crewdle, a Montreal-based technology start-up, today released the latest major version of its peer-to-peer (P2P) based video calls and conferencing service that offers consumers and businesses a valuable alternative to how they connect and collaborate.

MONTREAL—July 29th 2021—Crewdle, a technology start-up that leverages peer-to-peer (P2P) technology for high-quality video conferencing, today announced that it has reached an agreement with AppDirect®—the leading subscription commerce platform company—to add its innovative solution to the AppDirect Network Catalog, the world’s premier collection of best-in-class “as-a-service” solutions.

MONTREAL—June 28th 2021—Crewdle, a technology start-up that leverages peer-to-peer (P2P) technology for high quality video conferencing, today announced it obtained a carbon neutral certification from Planetair.ca, a Canadian non-profit leader in the fight against climate change.

MONTREAL, QUEBEC—April 22nd, 2021—Crewdle, a Montreal-based technology start-up that leverages peer-to-peer (P2P) technology for high quality video conferencing today celebrates Earth Day 2021 by contributing to the fight against climate change through technological innovation.

MONTREAL, QUEBEC—April 14th, 2021—Crewdle, a Montreal-based technology start-up company co-founded in 2020 by Vincent Lamanna and Pierre Campeau, today publicly announced its peer-to-peer (P2P) based video conferencing service that offers millions of people an alternative to how they connect and collaborate.