As you move throughout your life, your social circle becomes smaller and smaller. Suddenly you find yourself out of the know, missing out on events going on around you. This was something that my sister, a recent college graduate, had a difficult time adjusting to. “I want to go out and do things,” she would tell me, “but I don’t know how to find things to do.” I realised that this was a problem that a lot of post-graduates faced. After spending 2-4 years in a tight knit community where events are posted for everyone to see and attend, the lack of communication in the outside world can hit you hard. Social media platforms like facebook, instagram, twitter, or even snapchat are used to promote events, but how can know which platform an event will be posted to in order to receieve that information? It became clear to me that there was a vast need for a singular platform which directly connected event planners with attendees as well as venues owners interested in hosting.