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Peter BoyceHunter@badboyboyce · Rough Draft Ventures
Interesting to see the ability to leverage the close-knit communities of a college, where there's embedded trust and local spots / 'in-the-know' dynamics.
Adam Besvinick@besvinick · VC at Anchorage Capital
This reminds me of College Tonight, a throwback from my college days http://www.crunchbase.com/organi...
Steven Duque@stevenduque · Dir. of Marketing, Happie (gethappie.me)
[Full disclosure: I work for WiGo] @badboyboyce - Absolutely, WiGo taps into and creates individual networks for each school so that students can create social plans in a secure, "local" space (.edu email address required). Users can also put their accounts on private and/or block other users for increased privacy. @Besvinick - Cool, we'll check out College Tonight. WiGo really is all about tonight. WiGo doesn’t save your social history, so when you wake up in the morning, everything from the night before is wiped clean. The other big thing that really differentiates WiGo is product design. Our top two design goals were (a) be useful and (b) be ridiculously simple to use. WiGo was designed by award-winning designers and engineers from Kayak, Zappos, Gilt, and Facebook.
Adam Besvinick@besvinick · VC at Anchorage Capital
@StevenDuque College Tonight was fairly different and also built during a very different time, which resulted in a different emphasis on user experience, design, platform choice, etc.
Steven Duque@stevenduque · Dir. of Marketing, Happie (gethappie.me)
@Besvinick Makes sense. I can imagine, though, that the problem of figuring out what's going on within a college campus has been a persistent one for some time now.