Kimberly Guilfoyle Partners with Indian-origin Women to Launch Digital Platform 'We Must Meet'

Kimberly Guilfoyle Partners with Indian-origin Women to Launch Digital Platform 'We Must Meet'

By: WE Staff | Monday, 9 May 2022

Former US President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election campaign advisor Kimberly Guilfoyle has announced her partnership with 'We Must Meet,' a new digital platform founded by a group of women of Indian descent.

The technology project is touted to be the first video conferencing platform that can also function as an OTT platform, allowing Hollywood and Indian creators to screen their own films.

Guilfoyle will serve as the project's brand ambassador and strategic advisor, as well as a stakeholder, according to founder Manju Mason.

Guilfoyle, the fiancée of Donald Trump Jr., has teamed up with a group of Indian-American female entrepreneurs. The distinctive part of their current service, 'We Must Meet,' according to founder Pooja A Patil, is that it can live stream political events, Town Halls, sporting events, and concerts to up to 30,000 people at once.

Ish Patil, the 21-year-old creator, expressed his delight by saying, "Today the majority of top Bollywood and Hollywood film-makers are making content for OTT, exclusively for online screening. India's OTT market is fastest-growing, and has the potential to become largest in the world."

Manju Mason, the founder, also stated, "This is the only video conferencing platform that transcends the border of regular video conference towards screening of Bollywood and Hollywood online movies."

The content of 'We Must Meet' will include both international and regional projects. It would be based on an annual subscription model and will be available in India and around the world.

Manju Mason, the creator of 'We Must Meet,' elaborated on the platform, saying, "The software has been entirely developed in the United States and is community-based. It will change the way people will meet and host business meetings."

Iotum, a technological business, is in charge of 'We Must Meet,' according to tech coordinator R. Manji.

'We Must Meet' will use browser-based remote learning to connect students and learners to their curriculum and training from anywhere in the world, according to Pooja A Patil, an educationist who also works overseas at Ajeenkya D.Y Patil University.

Financial analyst K. Patel of the company claimed that 'We Must Meet' will be launching theme parks, boutique hotels, resorts, and restaurants under the same name soon.