Sproose

Making photos shoppable

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Todd Saunders
Todd SaundersMaker@toddsaunders · CEO @ adHawk
Honestly, we saw a major problem with the way people currently use social media. On multiple occasions, our team saw our friends and family members going on social sites such as Facebook/Twitter/Instagram, and saying things like "that is a really great shirt". However after they made these comments, they would have to text or call their friend to ask where they bought it. Just trying to make things more efficient.
Dave Ambrose
Dave AmbroseHunter@daveambrose · Steadfast Venture Capital
@toddsaunders how do you facilitate the transaction in each photo?
Dave Ambrose
Dave AmbroseHunter@daveambrose · Steadfast Venture Capital
There's a crop of products attempting to make "Instagram for e-commerce" and Sproose looks to be playing in this space now. Shopsy (http://www.producthunt.com/posts...) was another product that was hunted months ago but I think the founder, @billymuro, now works at Two Tap, which powered the e-commerce piping for his app.
Dave Ambrose
Dave AmbroseHunter@daveambrose · Steadfast Venture Capital
@toddsaunders, what made you start this app?
Todd Saunders
Todd SaundersMaker@toddsaunders · CEO @ adHawk
Thanks for the submission Dave. Our team is excited to disrupt the social commerce space.
Todd Saunders
Todd SaundersMaker@toddsaunders · CEO @ adHawk
@daveambrose we spent a lot of time collecting affiliate links for all of the major retailers. This included meeting with the retailers in person and over the phone. It was a really important step for us and we spent a lot of time on it. We are determined to fix the inefficiencies with the current social media platforms, and we knew that collecting a massive clothing/accessory inventory, would provide the best experience for the everyday users, bloggers, fashionistas, and brands on the app.