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Slide deck describing the working and positioning of echoecho.
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why isn’t location sharing as easy as this: It is now. the most common call or text message is where are you? Pew Research Center, August 2010 smart phones are dumb when it comes to sharing your location. there are players that Connect you to venues. Tell you where your friends were, not where they are now. Create solutions in search of problems. and some that Cause privacy problems. Drain your phone battery. Are too hard to use. but the simple question where are you… has only just been answered. privacy ease of use text phone email on demand location fast simple useful private fast one minute to install quicker than calling quicker than texting simple one click to use send an echo to anyone in your address book useful on-demand location on all smartphones carrier agnostic soon on featurephones private permission based no complex settings we have user growth beyond early adopters on 5 platforms 50 thousand users and growing we have visionary team Nick Bicanic successful exit to Easynet 10 years track record in making complex things simple Remy Kozak 20 years Finance + Operations experience in Telecoms, controlled divisions with >$200M revenues Andrew Wanliss-Orlebar successful exits to AOL + Omnicom 15 years brand/marketing expertise open API relationships we plan monetization application sales API access advertising million $ we need partnerships handset integration banking social networks telephony providers we need cash angel round $500k post-money valuation $2.5mil scalability, marketing userbase, partnerships product development try it now: m.echoecho.me firstname.lastname@example.org +1 (310) 436 5896