MeetingWave was created with the strong belief that networking with new people is important if you are looking for a new opportunity. Our tool connects you with real people over coffee, lunch or other meeting activity, allowing you to build real, valuable relationships with new business contacts near you.
MeetingWave's Android app allows you to set up business networking meetings on the fly! Meet new clients, new customers, fellow alumni or new business contacts where ever you are.
Download the app and create a profile with some background information and one or more verified email domains and edit your Settings. It’s Free.
Create an invite describing the type of people you’d like to meet. This is also Free.
If interested in meeting new contacts, set your status to “Available”. We don’t disclose your identity, contact info or specific location. If someone sends you a Meeting Request or Accepts your invite and you approve confirming the meeting, the other member gets charged $0.99. You can also decline or ignore the Meeting Request or Acceptance if not interested in meeting.
Run a Search to see who is nearby. If you see someone you’d like to grab a coffee or lunch with, send them a Meeting Request or Accept their Invite. If they approve, you’ll get charged only $0.99 for the opportunity to meet with a potential new client, customer, or business contact.
Members can have their work or alumni email addresses "verified" by MeetingWave and display an indication of that verification on their profile page. A "verified" email address is one that has been confirmed as authentic and valid. When someone sees verified email domains (e.g. @ibm.com or @brown.edu) on a user’s profile, they will know the user must be associated with the university or company identified in the email domain. Verification promotes trust and confidence in the information posted on a profile.
Double-blind messaging is available after the members agree to meet to facilitate meeting planning.
It’s free to try out and members only get charged for confirmed meetings.