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Luluvise, the women's social network

Social networks were successful because they proved interesting not only for an army of geeky guys, or nerds. But because the other half of the sky has also decided to join it. Up to now, for all (or almost all) social networks have been created by men. Against this trend (…)

Alexandra Chong – founder of Luluvise

Social networks were successful because they proved interesting not only for an army of geeky guys, or nerds. But because the other half of the sky has also decided to join it. Up to now, for all (or almost all) social networks have been created by men. Against this trend Luluvise was born, a social media dedicated to women and founded by a woman: Alexandra Chong. The goal of Luluvise is to bring online the typical network of young women, who share ideas, trends, opinions with the circle of their friends. Alexandra Chong's company wants to recreate this system of close relationships between small groups of girls on the web. The idea seemed so good that Passion Capital, PROfounders Capital, and Alexios Vratskides (CEO of Upstream) financed it with a million dollars. The platform aggregates in one place activities such as: talking, sharing, gossiping and shopping; combining email, SMS, instant messaging and the web. Of course they are all activities that could also be carried out with Facebook, Goggle + or Girlsguideto, but Luluvise was designed specifically for this. The company born in London in 2010 from an episode: Alexandra Chong wanted to tell her friends a story about the Valentine's day, but in the end she found herself sending various Sms, emails, two phone calls on Skype, what she needed was a private space, but accessible by her friends to tell her story. So Luluvise was born, you can register now.

A.Chong with David Cameron