I find this platform very magical because it connects people all over the world and gives them the opportunity to meet like minded friends, partners, or just to talk with some positive people about life.
We've been using Hi Right Now at Wharton to really connect the different members of our community. We've got a lot of people here in Philly as well as all across the US and the world and it's been a super easy platform for us to use and get everybody to get to know each other.
I already met potential technical advisors, got introductions from follow up meetings, to potential investors, potential talent that could join my startup, and just general people that have experienced the repeatable pain that my startup is solving.
I have been one of the earliest fans and users of Hi Right Now. It's the only platform where I meet people who are really interested in having meaningful discussions.
Amazing networking experience!! Thanks for the invitation Stephen Choi. I want to recommend it to everyone who likes to follow like-minded professionals, entrepreneurs and to expand meaningful networking in a fun way!! Hi Right Now
1 hour = 1 on 1 conversations * X + group catch up
In this new physically isolated reality we now share, Hi Right Now infuses a much needed dose of serendipity into your day.
Excited to see how communities and organizations leverage this platform to thrive in the Covid era.
This summer, I had the opportunity to attend a Hi Right Now networking event hosted by Sade Korbieh for members of the Remote Students community. Hi Right Now is a fantastic platform that allows people to have several rounds of five to six-minute conversations with other participants.
I met the Co-founder & CEO, Stephen Choi, in one of those rounds where we talked about his passion for building communities with this platform. I can now host events for students at Minerva Schools at KGI.
Last week I hosted an event titled “Minerva Schools Speed-Friending,” where we had the attendance of Minerva students from all of our rotation cities as well as remote students.
I will be hosting more events like this for the Minerva community.