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Dysh App
Location: 1730 E. Holly Ave., El Segundo, California, United States United States
Founded in: 2014
Stage: Napkin (idea)
Number of employees: 6-15
Funding history:
- Date: 07/2015, Seed: undisclosed amount (post valuation: undisclosed amount).
Investors: John Bendheim, carter reum, Courtney Reum, Stefanie Narayan
- Date: 04/2015, Seed: undisclosed amount (post valuation: undisclosed amount).
Investors: Richard Jun
- Date: 07/2014, Seed: undisclosed amount (post valuation: undisclosed amount).
Investors: Brian Lee
Short URL: vator.co/dysh
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Dysh App

Re-defining Food Culture at the Dish Level
Startup/business
El Segundo, California, United States United States
http://www.dyshapp.com

Choosey foodies and indecisive diners alike will now be able to discover the best items on any restaurant menu with Dysh App. Users share photos of their hunger-inducing meals (curate #foodporn) and then rate their dishes on a 100-point scale. Dysh answers both the age-old question, "what do I order?" and the modern quandary, "where do I post it?"

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Company description

Restaurant-hoppers, choosey foodies and indecisive diners alike will now be able to discover the best items on any menu thanks to the new smartphone application, Dysh.  The free app, launched by Toast Labs, Inc. merges user-generated content and mobile technology to create a conversation around the food, getting straight to the plate.

Users are encouraged to post photos of those hunger-inducing meals (i.e. curate the sort of #foodporn you might find on Instagram), and to help friends decide what to order by rating dishes on a 100-point scale.  Dysh answers both the age-old question, "what do I order?" and the modern quandary, "where do I post it?"

Of course, food sharing is nothing new.  But by adding a level of personalization and gamification to the process, Dysh's concept is to re-define how everyone finds and shares their favorite fare.  Diners can discover the must-have menu item at a particular restaurant or simply search for the best food and drink nearby.  The app is equipped with location services technology and provides custom results based on a user's exact location.  No more sorting through lengthy paragraphs of unknown reviews or crossing fingers that the server will be able to recommend something they will like. Dysh puts an end to eater's remorse by putting recommendations from fellow and trusted "Taste Buds" right at their fingertips.

Download directly from: bit.ly/DyshApp



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Team
  • Ashley D. King
    Ashley D. King | Founder
    Founder and CEO of DYSH App: Available for iOS and Android. Download at www.dyshapp.com
Business model

A free mobile application blending the social photo-sharing aspects of Instagram with the utility and recommendation options of a review site like Yelp - all focused at the dish-level within a restaurant. 

Competitive advantage

Dysh is a beautifully designed and easy-to-use app, built by an experienced in-house team, that is being strongly received by press and users alike. We have a strong round of original seed investors, equity involvement and promotional committments by social media influencers (with over 30M in followers), and a strong go-to-market strategy to continue showing exponential growth.

Investors
carter reum
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Chaotic Investments - Unconfirmed
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Harald Ludwig - Unconfirmed
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Jeff Stibel - Unconfirmed
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Matt Toledo - Unconfirmed
Richard Jun
Richard Jun is the Co-founder and Managing Director of BAM Ventures, a Los Angeles based venture capital firm that he started with Brian S. Lee, a serial angel investor and the co-founder of Legalzoom, Shoedazzle and The Honest Company.