Put your network to work.
Sound the Horn of Gondor! Ask your inner circle for intros to the best hires, partners, mentors, or anyone else that could make your day.
Join the inner-inner circle.
Collect and curate the best intros through personal and shared lists. Found your potential business BFF? Request an intro with a single tap.
Introducing: The intro.
The most common way successful people meet is now easier than ever. Forwardable message. Double opt-in. All that hidden etiquette is built-in.
Never have "just a coffee" again.
Plan a meeting with a purpose that works for the both of you. Then, send easy follow-ups to turn this first impression into a lasting one.
There's a better way to get linked in.
Most successful people have built their network based on genuine honest connections. But don't just take our word for it.
Pretty stunning how so much trust is immediately built between two strangers with just a quick email from a common contact.
The reactions and resulting relationships have been so visibly different when intro email isn't done.
Making connections to the right people at the right time, and in the right way, matters a lot.
The email introduction is the beginning of that connection.
When you’re asked to make introductions, always lean toward yes.
You’ll need them yourself at some point.
"networking" became much more fun when it switched from "who can I know" to "let me connect you with..." - the ability to put two amazing ppl together is thrilling
We don’t need another network for everyone where people carefully curate and anxiously post content to a massive network of acquaintances at best, stalkers at worst. Instead, we want to learn more about fewer people.
Make an effort to introduce them to someone who can actually help.
They get contextual answers and you'll get those sweet, sweet good karma points. 🦄🦄🦄
I learned that real networking was about finding ways to make other people more successful. It was about working hard to give more than you get.
Small, intimate communities, not mammoth-sized ones, are what have brought me the most bounty in my personal and professional life.
Join the founding team.
We're a small team that's shipped big things before at Google, Booking, Hyves, and many other places. We're supported by investors and founders who helped grow companies like Dropbox, Lyft, and Skype.
- Robert Gaal CEO @robertgaal
- Emiel van Liere CTO @emielvanliere
- Esteban Garcia Head of Design @estebangese
- Camille Grotenbreg People & Ops Manager @CamGrtb