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Moreland and Stokel present at Project Music, held at the Omni Hotel

Alumnae Channing Moreland and Makenzie Stokel founded EVAmore through the Nashville Entrepreneur Center’s Project Music two years ago, and they haven’t looked back since. Now, as professionals, the duo is running the digital platform that focuses on assisting hosts with booking musicians for gigs. Focused on “changing how great bands and audiences find each other,” EVAmore seeks to remove the stress associated with booking live talents for events.

Moreland and Stokel were recently featured in an article on Forbes, “EVAmore Bets on Digital Marketplace Model to Disrupt Music Booking for Private Events,” that highlighted the platform, their strategy and model and the organization’s unique algorithm-based matching process. To read the full article, click here.

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