Rey

Networking on autopilot: intros sent straight to your inbox.

It’s too difficult to meet the right people. That’s why we built Rey, an A.I. that puts networking on autopilot. Rey works in the background, obsessing over who you should meet. When Rey finds a match, it makes an introduction over email. You’re in control — you approve every introduction.

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10 Reviews5.0/5
Hey Product Hunt, This is a super cool (and easy way) to meet tons of really interesting people. I use Rey.ai to connect with all kinds of people based on my interests. Love seeing the emails hit my inbox and it's simple to respond for an intro if it seems like there's a fit (NOTE: there's always an interesting intro to be had via Rey - it's like magic!) Check it out!
Thanks Franco for the hunt. Hey Product Hunt, It’s Mark and Tom, founders of rey.ai and we’re here to introduce Rey. The right introduction can have a profound impact on your life, yet there is very little software that automates the process of networking. Today, meeting the right people is a lot of work. Social networks, despite their name, are much more interested in who you’ve already met than who you should meet. That’s why we built Rey, an A.I. that puts networking on autopilot. It’s constantly obsessing over who you should meet, and sends introductions straight to your inbox after confirming with both people. Use Rey to drive hiring, advising, investing, mentorship, and more. We’re still in beta and would love some feedback from the community 🙏 . Tom and I are also here to answer any questions. Mark & Tom
@mark_klibanov Thank you Mark and Franco.

Rey has introduced me to a handful of incredibly interesting and relevant people, who I likely wouldn't have met elsewhere, in the first couple months of use. The interface is great - I get an email - if I'm interested in meeting the person, I reply - if not, I archive the email (to keep at inbox zero).

I'm super interested to see how Rey's AI will be able to align with my specific needs. For example, if I want to shoot a video, I see videographer intros, or if I'm looking to hire a mobile dev, mobile dev's who are looking for work land in my inbox.

Pros:

Rey has introduced me to interesting relevant people I wouldn't have met otherwise. It truly is networking on autopilot.

Cons:

It will need a wider reach of people to introduce me to, who align to my specific needs at the time.

Love the intros, and how magical it feels when rey emails me back after I agree to meet the match.

Pros:

Getting serendipitous intros has limitless value

Cons:

Not reys fault but people flake out on meetings. .

Rey looks really awesome for the introverted networking hater I am :) I'll give it a spin. A little feedback.. it could just be that it's been a long day, but the messaging is missing something. I was on Product Hunt today earlier today (as I usually am) and totally missed this product completely (I'm here because of EhList). Which is odd, because it truly is a compelling value prop for me.. but even after coming here, seeing the product shots and hitting the website I was underwhelmed. Really hoping that is constructive!
@chrisbuttenham Good feedback, thanks Chris. Was it something visual or something in the copy itself? Does "put networking on autopilot" resonate with you?