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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Rey has been helpful at finding new & interesting people to connect withCons:
The frequency of intros is sporadic
I've been testing Rey.ai for a couple of months and have enjoyed watching the product evolve. I think there's a ton of potential for tools that helping make targeted potentials that help you grow your network. Rey has a good start on this - while it would be helpful to have some additional functionality to target what intros Rey should be searching for on your behalf, already the product has made some interesting/useful connections and there's a lot ahead on the founders' roadmap. I'm excited to see where the product goes from here!Robert Shedd has used this product for one month.
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.
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.Steve Aitken has used this product for one month.