Maybe we’re new graduates, looking for new jobs, starting a new project, or moving to a new area. Maybe we’re newly divorced, newly married, newly single, or new parents. New insights. New perspectives. New habits. New paths. New possibilities.
Whether it’s in our personal or professional lives, our well-being is tied to the people we’re surrounded by. It’s a basic human need to feel connected to others, in all the different phases of our lives. At the end of the day, all of us just want to be with people we enjoy spending time with. So why is it so hard to find someone to grab a drink with?
TableTribes is a mobile-first digital platform that matches people over food and drink, bringing face-to-face connectivity back into our day-to-day lives (coming soon). Our tools and communities create opportunities for authentic interactions around your individual needs and preferences.
Some of the greatest figures of history understood that amazing things begin to happen when big-thinkers gather for some freewheeling conversation. TableTribes Picnics are organized using our collaborative framework to bring different perspectives together around food, drink, and a universally human topic selected out of a fortune cookie.
Started in Washington DC, past participants include leaders and experts in fields as diverse as the arts, media, design, science, music, food, education, politics, religion, business, academia, and technology. Picnics can be tailored for internal team building, community and brand outreach, relationship-building efforts for members of your organization, fundraising, as part of a larger conference or event programming, and more. Attendance is strictly limited to 35 people per event. Register to attend, or contact us for more information.
CEO & Founder
Bonard Molina Garcia
Adrian Hänni, Marjo Koivisto, Colin Crowell, Robert Egger, Jennifer Vinson, Tom Gorman, Jessica Rich, Eric Weiner, Matteo Pistono, Monica Garry, Robb Duncan, Violeta Edelman, Christopher Boutlier, Z. Michael Wang, Rachel Cothran, Eli Hengst, Clinton Bowman, Katalina Mayorga, Kate McElligott, Emily Hagel, Marc O’Brien, Rob Clayton, Ravikanth Rao, Sato Bon, Tim Luym, Jamil Poonja, Derek Brown, Soung Wiser, David Batista, Alpa Shah, David Ramsey, Serena Kafeyah, Tricia Martin-Owen, Linda Jeng, James Kerns, Eric Schulze. And of course, Mom.
We spend a lot of time, energy, and money trying to achieve happiness and well-being. But behavioral experts consistently agree that one of the most tangible indicators of happiness and ability to flourish is people’s satisfaction with the relationships in their day-to-day lives. At the same time, people are increasingly feeling socially isolated and lonely, and the social media outlets that are supposed to help us feel connected are actually making the problem worse. People are increasingly eating alone, living alone, and participating less in the real world around them.
We need to go back to basics.
We want tools that empower all of us build healthy and compassionate human networks in our day-to-day lives. We want it to fulfill our daily need to surround ourselves with meaningful and authentic relationships, and bring us back to the fundamentals of how to build them using technology to make the process easier. We believe we can contribute to creating a healthy and productive society by helping lay the foundation for a healthy and productive individual. We want to start by redefining people’s understanding of what it really means to be part of a social network.
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