Rahul Maheshwari
Rahul MaheshwariCo-Founder @ LEVO

Which the best travel networking app?

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    Nomo FOMO

    Get notified when travel plans overlap with your friends

    Adelaida Diaz-Roa
    Adelaida Diaz-RoaCo-founder @ Nomo FOMO · Written
    Adelaida Diaz-Roa made this product
    Nomo FOMO has a friends of friends feature that allows you to share travel plans with them and vice versa so that you can network and meet up while on the road. It allows you to strengthen and grow your network while traveling. Also testing out a communities feature to join like-minded groups of people to share travel plans and network with :)
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    Tinder 4.0

    Tinder, now with #TinderMoments photos

    Nick Abouzeid
    Nick Abouzeid37Words at Product Hunt ✌️ · Written
    I can't tell you how many friends of mine use Tinder to quickly find some local friends to hangout with. I can't say that's their only intention, but it's an efficient way to meet some locals around your age in a non-professional context.
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    Ping

    Digital business card

    Nick Abouzeid
    Nick Abouzeid37Words at Product Hunt ✌️ · Written
    For when you're out & about, without access to your normal stack of business cards, Ping is an efficient way to share your contact information with a new professional connection. They'll get an email with your VCF contact card, and you'll receive an automatically generated contact card (picture, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, short description, location, etc.) just from their email!
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    • Ryan Hoover
      Ryan HooverFounder, Product Hunt

      I’ve seen several business card-like apps over the years. Ping is probably the best executed version of this, although it doesn’t quite meet my needs.

      After entering someone’s email, it adds them as a contacts within the app; however, these contacts are only accessible on mobile (iPhone), housing only a small subset of people I know. I’m seeking a more comprehensive tool to use as a personal CRM of all the people I know, indexed, categorized, and easy to update. Ping isn’t that (yet!?) but for those looking to simply replace the business card exchange ritual, this is the best solution I’ve found.

    • Tracy Ingram
      Tracy IngramFounder Intention Technology

      Great contact tool that I remembered when I ran out of business cards at an event.

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    Shapr

    A completely free way to build your professional network.

    It's Tinder meets Linked In... it automatically updates your location for easy meet and greets with those who have similar professional interests to you
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