Looking for a party, or want to start one?
London-based startup Eeve is a new location-based social network that allows you to see what events are happening around you along with who is there. If there’s nothing happening – or everything that is happening looks totally lame – you can post your own event.
Once the party has started, everyone can share content (pictures included) on a public event wall. You can even follow people so you’ll never miss the most interesting events
Founder Jan Senderek and Nicolas Bös won the postgrad prize at the London Entrepreneurs Challenge in December 2010, and were also selected twice to attend Mini Seedcamps in London and Berlin. To get going, you can download Eeve from the iTunes App Store.
So, there is definitely interest in Europe, and as cool as Eeve looks, it is very similar to Holler, which we’ve covered a few times, as well as Hurricane Party, which we named one of the hottest startups at SXSW this year. With Holler, plans are made via group texting, so that’s a difference, but with Hurricane Party, I am not sure there’s much of a difference.
What do you think? Have you used Hurricane Party or Holler yet? Would you try out Eeve as well? Leave a comment below!