From a friends and familiy birthday party to a march for climate change, today, our gatherings are trapped in the tech giants' platforms. How to get organized, how to click on “I join” without providing intimate data on Facebook or locking yourself in MeetUp?
Bumble connects you to people around you. After two people mutually opt in by swiping right, they're added to each other's 'hive' of connections. The woman has to say something first within 24 hours or the connection disappears forever.
Platform where you can search, propose, take part, help organize or publish workshops, lectures, discussions, etc... Easy to use and powerful. Openki aims at connecting people and local initiatives in order to exchange experiences and ideas.
Agorakit is web-based, open source groupware for citizens. By creating collaborative groups, people can discuss topics, organize events, store files and keep everyone updated as needed.
DownToDash is a mobile app that connects people based on what they are down to do like workouts, sports, eating, travelling and other activities. Users can create a specific plan (example: play Tennis on Thursday at 5 pm) and other users can swipe down for the plan.