May 25, 2011
If you want to plan a casual activity, such as lunch because your meeting just got cancelled, there’s really no easy way to go about doing it. You have to text, call, Gchat, Facebook chat, Skype, email…just to grab lunch. Holler’s social experience platform will change that.
Holler will soon launch to invite all your friends to casual activities with only one click, and then facilitate the experience via a group text messaging platform. You can later look back at the experience to remember the good times you’ve had.
Yes, there are a million social networking sites out there already, but Holler really sets itself apart from other platforms because it’s a pre-check-in service that lets you tell specific people where you are going and invite them to come along. If you missed it, check out the video of our interview with founder and CEO Nick O’Neill at SXSW.
So let’s meet the founding team of Holler:
Nick, founded Social Times Inc. in 2007 and later sold it to WebMediaBrands. Natasha Murashev, founder of PsychWorld.com, a digital magazine about psychology, and Reorg Magazine, a digital magazine about innovative organizational practices. Dann Petty, a web designer with clients including Nike, Transformers 3, Oakley, North Face, and National Geographic.
If you are planning on attending Tech Cocktail San Francisco tomorrow night, make sure to meet the team and learn more about Holler, as they show it to the public for the first time as one of our showcased startups. HOLLER!
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