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Startup Name Eventnode
What problem are you solving? We believe events are nothing but stories waiting to be told. Our app is designed to capture the moments of an event live and share them with anyone the host invites, including those that couldn\’t make it to the event. When your family and friends are on the other side of the world, it\’s not practical to expect them to attend every event. But they would love to experience it some way or the other. Now, they can do that as the event happens with eventnode.
What is your solution? Eventnode lets you manage & share your events \”as they happen\” with only those you invite in a clutter free design inspired by story telling. From invitations, to RSVPs, to sharing of photos & videos and more. All in the palm of your hand. Create unlimited events and share them with all those that are attending and those that can\’t make it to the event.
Target Market Online Invitation, Event Management
How will you make money? Through Sales
Tell us about the market & founders, why is this a great opportunity? Chandra Kilaru and Geetika Katragadda are a husband & wife team who compliment each other\’s skill sets while at the same time learning from each other. Chandra Kilaru works on Product & Marketing. Geetika Katragadda works on all things technical.
Founders Names Chandra Kilaru, Geetika Katragadda
Founders Email NA
What type of funding has the company received? Self Funded
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Website www.eventnode.co
Twitter Handle @eventnode
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