Foodii – Social Network For Foodies


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Startup NameFoodii
What problem are you solving?I started my own food blog a while back and quite frankly found myself going from blog to blog and scrolling through hundreds of tweets every day to keep up with the latest news, reviews and what other bloggers were doing. So I integrated it all into a social network. Social networks like Facebook are becoming laborious and non interesting. No one really wants to see all those selfies and holiday pics.

There is a huge foodie following in the U.K, and in the recent years the food industry has gone crazy. I think niche social networks where users can connect with a small group who have similar interests are the future. We don’t need to connect with 500 friends, Most of us have networks of 10-20 people we engage with on a daily basis. Throw food in the mix and people love to read and talk about it. You can pretty much find anything to do with food on Foodii. There’s even a personal restaurant recommendation section where you can get genuine personal recommendations from bloggers who know London like the back of their hand.

What is your solution?Foodii is a London based social network for anyone that loves food. On top of enabling you to connect with other foodies it has all the latest food news, London’s best food blogs, inside info from people in the know on new openings and much more.
Target MarketConsumers
How will you make money?free
Founders NamesLiam Barker
Websitehttp://foodii.london/
Twitter Handle@foodii_ldn
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