Aside from the €4,500 given to it by Google as part of going through the French accelerator Le Camping, social planning app WePopp has, until now, been bootstrapped.
Today, however, it’s announcing that it’s raised a small round of funding: €130,000 from a number of France-based angel investors. Money it says will be used to “growth-hack” its way to hundreds of thousands of users, from the very modest 15,000 it claims since first launching on iOS in August, before adding Android support the following month.
The app, which competes with the likes of Kaikso and Rundavoo, aims to do one thing and do it well: Help you plan events with friends in just a few taps with a simple way to poll the group to find a date, time and place that suits everybody.
As the event organiser, you first pick what you want to do from a…
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