Earlier this month, GoodBookey traveled to Paris, France to attend the VivaTech conference. Over 50,000 people, 5,000 start ups, 1,000 investors, and 7,000 CEOs all gathered to share the latest and greatest in innovative technology. VivaTech’s mission is to link dynamic start ups with proven leaders. In doing so, successful business strategies and solutions are made that improve future business and society alike.
Our Co-Founder, Tony Pease pitched GoodBookey in the Betting for Dummies Category. One of our other team members, Sarah Deasy, also gave a pitch and advanced to the second round. Way to represent, Sarah!
Overall, GoodBookey gained a lot of new, helpful information and many beneficial connections and partnerships. We enjoyed our time and are looking forward to implementing the new knowledge we acquired at VivaTech. We cannot wait to go back next year!
Our Team traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to meet with our strategic advisors, Razorfish and Sapient which are both a part of Publicis Groupe. These advisors offer big brand digital marketing as well as campaign creation and management. GoodBookey attended a message testing and refinement workshop. To test and refine how we communicate the broader goals, mission, and market value of GoodBookey to others. The workshop was very constructive and we can not wait to show you the insight we have obtained.
GoodBookey is also featured in an article about social betting apps. Mobility states “Goodbookey is the first social betting app to implement the concept of charitable betting. Available for free on iOS and Android, the app allows friends to simultaneously wager against one another and donate money to a wide range of small to medium-sized charities.” Head over to the Mobility site to read the rest of the article here!