Finding Venn in a crowded space
Where Tinder has nailed the dating scene, a Dublin start-up hopes to crack the event-based market with its socialising app
A Dublin-based start-up is looking to do for conventional socialising what Tinder and OkCupid have done for dating. Venn, which is due to go live later this month, aims to bring strangers together to engage in social activites such as drinking coffee or going to the cinema.
Emlyn Gavin, co-founder of Venn, told The Sunday Business Post that despite the crowded nature of the social media market, he expected to find room for Venn to...
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