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Location: SkyDeck Berkeley, 2150 Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, California, United States United States
Founded in: 2011
Stage: Profitable
Number of employees: 1-5
Short URL:
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14584_2557 is a SkyDeck | Berkeley portfolio company at UC Berkeley's prestigious entrepreneurial accelerator.

Changing how people #share experiences at places.
Berkeley, California, United States United States
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Company description is a TV marketing tool for bars and restaurants that lets patrons #share pictures and videos via existing social media apps and shows them on TVs, in turn creating word-of-mouth ads about local businesses. is free for businesses to use, including mobile moderation tools to prevent unwanted content from displaying. has 300+ registered account users, between 40-70 accounts active on a daily basis, and large name brands advertising on our platform like Jose CuervoThree OlivesSailor Jerry and Tito's Vodka.


Our product is compatible with Google Chromecast and can be easily configured in minutes with any iOS or Android device (e.g., available on AppStore and Google Play Store).











  • Geoff Hoehn
    Geoff Hoehn | Founder
    Co-Founder, Management consultant turned tech entrepreneur. Marketing ninja. Deloitte Financial Advisory valuation services. Booz Allen Hamilton technology consulting. UVA graduate.
  • Tim Smith
    Tim Smith | Mentor
    Serial entrepreneur / investor. SF Bay Area.
  • Clay Collier
    Clay Collier | Mentor
  • Alan White
    Alan White | Mentor
Business model

Consumers #share memorable experiences on at their favorite places using existing social media apps.


Local business owners set up with Google Chromecasts and use free to stay in touch with their customers.


Large brands pay to advertise on for brand awareness with their target demographic and to boost on-premise sales.

Competitive advantage

We want to tell you all about this, but not publicly. Our ninja tactics for remote scalability are working. Please look at the private folder to learn more.