April 1, 2016

Why No Dining App Is the ‘Airbnb of Food’ (Yet)

EWSAs (“Eat With Strangers Apps”) want city dwellers to stop sitting at a bar stool intensely checking their phones, stop ordering so much delivery, and make some real life connections. But users trying the services out often have there dinners canceled by chefs. This, in a nutshell, is the issue facing EWSA apps. Not only do they need an army of wannabe chefs offering to sell their services and dinner tables; they require a sufficient number of people to attend the meals, too.


Can EWSAs do something the average pop-up can't?

Topics: Social Media, App Development, Culture, Social Influencers