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Earlier this month, Los Angeles-based LifeCrowd (www.lifecrowd.com) unveiled its service to help connect people with real life activities. Bong Koh: We are creating a social marketplace for activities. How we are doing this, is we are connecting users with real, local experts.
The use case people seen to understand, is you might be hanging out with a few friends, and wondering what to do this upcoming weekend. You can use LifeCrowd to find new and interesting activities, as opposed to just the normal bar scene. Those activities might be wine tasting, open water kayaking, kiteboarding, a session I’m leading on counting cards, and martial arts.
We break it down by a number of vertical categories, including Indulgent–all about food, wine, and alcohol; Active–outdoor athletic endeavors; and Creative, which is arts and crafts.
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