Past Web Wise employee changing the way we network
Our ex-superstar developer Max Beech has gone on to do great things… we always knew he would! ?
Max has launched an app called Intro, and it’s available to download now on the Apple and Android app stores. It promises to transform the way we network by converting physical relationships into digital ones. And he came up with the idea with his friend Tom Phipps in his first year of uni.
‘Whether it’s two students wanting to add each other on Facebook, or a recruiter looking to onboard a prospective graduate, Intro revolutionises the way they connect online’.
After receiving great feedback on Intro from mentors at the Three-Day Start Up held in Exeter in 2017, Max secured funding from both the University of Exeter and Southampton University. After a year of development, market research and general tweaking, Intro is finally available to download. And we couldn’t be more excited!
“I’m not surprised Max has gone from strength to strength. As well as being a fantastic developer, Max really helped us transition from a one-man band into a diverse company that puts customer service at the forefront of everything we do. The way he communicates with people and his willingness to help was always so endearing.” said Dan, the Director of Web Wise Media.
We can’t wait to try the new app Max. Well done! You can find out more about what it has to offer here.
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