- Hey Sophie, thanks for your reply, it was suoer helpful and got me thinking. How about this? You live in London and you've just accepted a job offer in NY. You don't know anyone in NY and you're looking for a place to live and people to live with (Preferably near your workplace and with people you can get along with). Would you use a service that helped you find a place to live with like-minded people, around the same age, working at the same company, or in a similar profession/social circles to yours?Context: A platform to help you find flatmates (Working in the same company, similar professions or social circles) when relocating internationally for work. Helping you find a good home, flatmates & friends when moving to a new country.
- Think it would depend on insights in to the community size for this kind of service. For me it would only seem like the value was there if I trusted the community was big enough for it to ease struggles I might have connecting with the right people elsewhere.Personally, I'm not sure I would pay for something like this currently - but if moving to a new country/city it could be super useful. I know a lot of people who struggled to know where to look, and how to find the right people when moving to a new country.
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