When you visit a new place, chances are you might find it a little more difficult than normal to do the things you really like. Sure, you can look at guide books and the like, you can check out the usual tourist haunts, but what if you want to find out a little more? Well, thanks to our latest Startup of the Week, you’ll be able to do just that.
citibuddies is an online platform that lets you find experiences in any city that you find yourself in. It suggests activities and connections to you based around your own interests. Your Facebook likes, your Twitter hashtags are all analysed so that you get suggestions that are entirely suited to you. Not only that - you will get suggestions that you probably wouldn’t ordinarily find out about - the things that the locals do.
Interested in finding out a little more? Check out the video below...
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