Hachi Labs presentation @ International Startup Festival 2011

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Hachi uses the most powerful matrix in your life. Your social circle! You've built relationships over the years - across organizations, schools, casual meetings, geographic locations - seemingly without much overlap. And these contacts are spread over your various social networks - LinkedIn, Facebook, Outlook, Smartphone, Gmail, IMs.. Now, imagine if this maze of contacts could actually be leveraged? If you could use your entire network of existing contacts to get to someone new? Anyone new that you want to reach out to - for business, social or personal work.

This is the crazy but possible hypothesis that Hachi is based on. And zooming towards solving.

Hachi searches through all your social networks to give you the smartest way to reach any one you want to. 'Smartest' is the key word here, because not only does Hachi give you all the possible paths to reach your target, but it also recommends the smartest of those paths, based on intelligence about you and your networks. It goes further to actually get you communicating with that target.

Get smart. Get connecting. Now!

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  • Hachi Labs presentation @ International Startup Festival 2011

    1. 1. 95
    2. 2. what helps inwarming cold calls?
    3. 3. people you know +people they knowand how well?
    4. 4. people you know exist in silos
    5. 5. not much overlap
    6. 6. how to smartlynavigate thru these silos to connectwith anyone new?
    7. 7. hachi searches thru allyour silos / social networksand discovers the smartest way for you to connect with anyone new
    8. 8. sma rtest p ath!
    9. 9. scoring system for relationships based on proximity and influencenot just cool - there’s $$
    10. 10. story so far! launched alpha in March 2011graph of 0.5 million relationshipsUS company - camping in India - presenting in Canada
    11. 11. encouraging feedback from early users“love the idea, love the concept” - Thomas Power, Chairman, Ecademy “a salesperson’s best friend” - Brian Badillo, Business Development, Etheridge “this can affect recruiting” - Jim Stroud, Director - Sourcing, Bernard Hodes Group
    12. 12. we have - a vision - product foundation- user feedback to execute on - thought thru the business - the will to see it thru
    13. 13. Hachikō(November 10, 1923 - March 8, 1935) Hachis story tells us how rare, invincible bonds occasionally form, almostinstantaneously in the most unlikely places.
    14. 14. it’s not just aboutconnecting with anyone new but the smartest way of doing so www.gohachi.com

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