Consider yourself an expert on something? Don’t give away that information for free. Local startup, Quewey is about to shake things up from their homebase in Rittenhouse Square. Utilizing the LinkedIn API as a method to verify professional standing, Quewey aims to create a business-oriented community that will connect knowledge keepers with knowledge seekers.
According to Quewey:
Quewey founder Matthew Safaii noticed the way people gathered business information online was often inefficient and the answers they found were not always credible or easily cited. Not only was he more likely to get the answers he need from his own network, but also the people in it had the time on their hands to go in depth. From there, Matthew sought to bring a network of business professionals together, and Quewey was born.
Users can ask or answer any business question in the Quewey community: from entrepreneurs looking for advice on how to start their company or manage their growing brand to students looking for career guidance. “The process of gathering business information has always been time consuming, and answers can be hard to verify,” said Matthew Safaii, founder of Quewey. “Think of Quewey like your own personal rolodex of subject matter experts, who will help streamline your work flow and answer any business-related questions you have.”
Sounds cool right? Visit Quewey.com and sign up for the private beta.