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It’s Time to Party! How One Company Is Revolutionizing How We Get Together in a Post- COVID World.

After two years of lockdowns and restrictions, the world is returning to normal – a new normal. However, the pandemic certainly changed how we learn, do business, and, more significantly, interact with others.  


As the world navigates this new way of interacting, one mobile app has created a way to bring friends and partygoers back together in real life by infusing ticketing technology into the next go-to social media platform. Mooday provides an innovative social networking platform for the peer-to-peer creation of parties. Whether it’s student association parties, nightclub events, or house parties, this app allows organizers to handle digital ticket distribution based on the concept of the “sharing economy.”


The Mooday concept was born from a need for in-person social interactions, predominantly among students. After having sold records in collaboration with Sony Music and studying at the number one party school in the US, Ben Polley came up with the idea of Mooday during the outbreak of the pandemic and its consequential lockdowns. Covid – 19 lockdowns caused a severe influx in cases of depression worldwide due to the lack of real-life interactions. These lockdowns also increased financial struggles among students and other organizations and prompted an increase in technology and app usage.


In an effort to create new jobs for party hosts while helping them and others with their social struggles and mental health, Mooday was born. Polley and CEO Courtney Foster brought this app to life to fulfill its mission of connecting visitors, promoters, and creators to one another to share parties while providing them with earning opportunities.  


Students and others interested in hosting parties as more than just a hobby often lack the funds to promote and market their events. Mooday provides a multi-sided platform, similar to ride-sharing apps like Uber and short-term rental apps like Airbnb, that connects party hosts and partygoers. For example, if a host wants to throw a house party or has an upcoming event at a nightclub or other venue, Mooday provides a one-stop shop for everything involved. On the app, hosts can grow their follower base before, during, and after an event. They can also sell tickets to their party or performance and control the guest list. Finally, they can also validate their visitors’ attendance by scanning their QR-code tickets on the event day without using multiple platforms to keep track of everything. 


Mooday aims to replace social networking platforms like Instagram that give you glimpses into other people’s lives. Instead, you can bring your online presence into the real world to help you connect with others. What better way to have quality interactions than attending a party with friends and making new ones? In Mooday, you can follow your friends, build a follower base and meet your friends in real life.


Mooday offers a refreshing take on how we interact with others in this ever-changing post-pandemic world. Whether hosting a party or attending one, this app is a great way to stop watching others live their lives and start living our own. What better way to do that than with a fantastic party?

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