Zoji aims to makes invitations social with various web 2.0 features for users creating invites. Users are able to vote on the preferred date and location of an event, share and tag photos after the event, and keep a running calendar of all events past and present. Users can also browse suggested restaurants, bars and clubs, and bands by location to see what might be a good fit for their event. The site also hosts blogs and groups to keep users talking and using the site in between events.
Funding Rounds (1) - $1.5MUpdate
|Nov 17, 2007||The Alarm Clock - Zoji raises 1500000 in angel round|
|Oct 25, 2007||Wired News - Zoji Offers Online Invitations…and the Kitchen Sink|
|Oct 24, 2007||Venture Beat - Roundup: Planet Google crowded, Verizon backs off, and more|
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