BuzzAR, Singapore’s metaverse startup, pushes its in-real-life (IRL) “Pop-Up Metaverse” initiative at London Tech Week

The IRL pop-up metaverse initiative closely ties to the launch of a virtual commerce infrastructure, Bae, which is currently a by-invite-only mobile app. Bae, BuzzAR’s first virtual avatar, has her own unique story and identity. “Bae sends a clear message to all, especially to women, that we can be who we want to be. You can be courageous, creative, and fun,” said Beh.

According to BuzzAR’s CTO and co-founder Ken Lim, making a positive impact for brands is a key part of the organisation’s mission. “We know that this is a challenging time for many brands to survive, but we do not want them to survive; we want them to thrive. We are opening all our innovations, technologies, and APIs to all brands. All approved brands can enter the metaverse with free advertisements, and re-market their products to our global gaming audience from 191 countries,” he said.

For more information, sign up here to advertise, join the whitelist, and receive BuzzAR Bae’s inaugural virtual wearable NFTs. Please contact Bell Beh at (Interview, comments can be provided upon request).

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