An interview with Travis Smith, CEO of Tribevest - The big idea here was leveraging the power of the tribe, a group of people who already know and trust one another, to discover their mutual aspirations.
Zoom has come under a lot of scrutiny over the last couple of weeks after the COVID-19 crisis led a surge of users to its video conferencing platform. And rightly so—it should be possible to conduct your meetings and chats without privacy violations, or the threat of "Zoom-bombing."
Raytheon traces its origins to the dawn of home radio in the 1920s, and it too grew into an industrial conglomerate (Amana radar ranges among other lines) before bulking up on defense at the end of the Cold War.
As a huge number of people work from home during the COVID-19 crisis, Zoom videoconferencing is thriving. According to figures published at the end of February, Zoom added over 2 million users so far in 2020—more than across all of 2019.
Houseparty, with 10 million downloads on Android and millions more on iPhones (Apple won’t confirm exact numbers), has become one of, if not the hit app of the coronavirus shutdown. Vogue even called it "the quarantine app you need to download immediately."