LOS ANGELES, June 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Yuki He, Founder and CEO of LiveMe, recently discussed the development of LiveMe and its latest trends with Samsung. LiveMe received the award 2021 Samsung Galaxy Store Best Entertainment App among the best performing apps in 2021.
As the company has grown, LiveMe has been recognized by many influential media and organizations. When asked what it means to win this award, Yuki said, “We take this award very seriously and especially thank Samsung for this recognition. As the Galaxy Store is one of the largest platforms in the world, Being recognized by Samsung also gives us great motivation to keep creating even better products for our users.”
LiveMe has just celebrated its 6th anniversary in April 2022, and from day one, providing the best products to users has been LiveMe’s pursuit. Yuki mentioned that recognition always motivates LiveMe to continue doing what we do best: providing our users and the entertainment community with the best service.
Diversify more and include more
DEI stands for diversity, equity and inclusion, and has become more widely discussed in the workplace and in society. LiveMe has extended its reach in many countries and serves millions of users, with offices located in the United States, Brazil, Egypt, Singapore, Chinaetc LiveMe faces challenges with DEI.
“LiveMe supports multiple languages and is available in many countries, so it is essential to focus on localizing content according to local culture, trends and holidays. We are committed to meeting the needs of our diverse users and to respect different cultures and religions. Our goal is to create a supportive community that includes all races, religions and cultures to connect users in different regions. As for our leadership team, it is made up of 40% to 50% women, some of them have been with me for more than five years, building a good relationship with each other.We also have offices in eight countries with different nationalities and cultures, all working together. Yuki replied
And this founder mentioned one of her previous speeches at the UN, “At the Women’s Entrepreneurship Day (WED) summit, I encouraged women and girls to become active participants in the economy by becoming leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs. It has given me an opportunity to share my story with young women around the world and highlight how LiveMe empowers women to share their talents and follow their passions.” .
Bring income to the community
Streamers can earn money by showcasing engaging content on their live stream channel. Yuki further explained, “Some broadcasters see it as a hobby, but some make it their professional career. We’re not talking about famous celebrities who have their own channels, but rather the Uber driver, bar singer, or dancer. amateur. They can use LiveMe as an entertainment channel and make money making it your life. We help 300,000 streamers make money in the United States. Worldwide, we have a million streamers who earn a lot of money through LiveMe. It’s a very powerful story. Not only do they get gifts from their fans, but they also benefit from LiveMe. We also give gifts to streamers based on the volume and activity of their fan base This encourages broadcasters to generate new content.
Each month, LiveMe donates several million US dollars to broadcasters. LiveMe has an ongoing plan with a $60 million investment to support its broadcasters and creators.
Yuki added, “Everyone faces different obstacles in life under the influence of the pandemic, so I hope we can create products that provide more companionship, happiness and love to bring our global users”.
About live me
LiveMe is a global live streaming and social platform. It allows users to live stream special moments, watch great live shows, and video chat with friends around the world. LiveMe was launched in April 2016. Currently, LiveMe has over 100 million users worldwide and over 3 million broadcasters. It has become one of the most popular social apps in United Statesand it has been launched in more than 200 countries and regions.
JOYME is the mobile app developer behind the popular LiveMe live streaming platform. He is committed to empowering a community of independent creators to succeed in an increasingly competitive digital landscape since 2016. Our pursuit fuels the continued dedication to safety and making JOYME the optimal digital medium for creators. JOYME has set up a global team with hundreds of employees, and half of the staff are dedicated to R&D.