App/tech business of the week – Everythere

19/06/2015 - 09:21

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An interactive geo-targeting app that blends video, audio, images and marketing messages together.

CHIP IN: Founder Stuart Kidd says Everythere is on the lookout for investors.

Everythere ~ An interactive geo-targeting app that blends video, audio, images and marketing messages together.

Tourism, travel, sports and education partners can create ‘circuits’ in almost in any location, over any distance, inside or out, leading users on an interactive journey. Museums, galleries, city centres, bike trails, golf courses, wine regions, schools, historic sites and coastlines might find this useful. Everythere can be set up in hours.

WHERE ~ Available on iTunes/App Store, and at everythere.co; on Android from mid July.

WHO ~ Stuart Kidd (founder), developed by AppsPpl, the company is currently looking for investors.

QUOTATION ~ “It’s important for us to nurture ongoing relationships with our marketplace. Whether it’s touring a museum, driving through a wine region, exploring a remote island or learning about a local suburb, it must be engaging, educational, entertaining and, where appropriate, offer an opportunity to market local businesses." ~ Stuart Kidd

MARKET SIZE ~ The first version of the app went live on June 20and is already working at the WA Maritime Museum for its ‘Lustre: Pearling and Australia’ exhibition. The potential for this application in tourism alone is demonstrated by Tourism Australia’s vision that the industry could be worth between $115 billion and $140 billion by 2020. 

Everythere launched June 20 2015 and is ranked #1 by launch date in BNiQ Startups List

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