Banzai Signs 169 Customers in May

June 6, 2024

Marketing technology company continues organic growth momentum with customer wins

SEATTLE, June 06, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Banzai International, Inc. (NASDAQ: BNZI) (“Banzai” or the “Company”), a leading marketing technology company that provides essential marketing and sales solutions, today announces the addition of 110 new and 59 reactivating customers during May 2024, bringing the total year-to-date sign-ups to 979.

Customers added during May include Nextiva, a leading AI-powered customer experience platform for businesses of all sizes; ViB, a B2B lead generation company; Polar, a leader in personal guidance for fitness, sport, and health; Optimal Strategix Group, a customer-centric global technology and analytics provider; Brightly Works, a trusted strategic digital solutions partner; Orbia, a company with a collective focus on expanding access to health and well-being; and The Adecco Group, a leading talent company.

“We continue to see customer momentum build as we move through Q2, including adding several new large accounts and key renewals in May,” said Joe Davy, CEO and Founder of Banzai. “We’ve added nearly 1,000 logos this year so far and we look forward to providing our new and current customers with powerful solutions to engage their customers and grow their organizations.”

About Banzai

Banzai is a marketing technology company that provides essential marketing and sales solutions for businesses of all sizes. On a mission to help their customers achieve their mission, Banzai enables companies of all sizes to target, engage, and measure both new and existing customers more effectively. Banzai customers include Square, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Thinkific, Doodle and ActiveCampaign, among thousands of others. Learn more at For investors, please visit

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Mark Musburger
CFO, Banzai

Rachel Meyrowitz
Director, Marketing, Banzai