Social media and Instant messaging have made it easier to keep in touch with our friends and relatives in this fast paced world we live in. But they are yet to really have a positive impact on our professional life.
Caliber is describing itself as “WhatsApp meets LinkedIn.” Caliber enables users to instantly chat with their business contacts instead of communicating via email. And because it focuses on your business contacts, it avoids mixing up your professional and personal lives.
But Caliber is more than just a cool messaging app for business. Caliber lets you search your business contacts by skills, companies they’ve worked in and location. The app syncs with your LinkedIn to keep your contacts up to date. There’s also plan for the app to get connected to your Twitter in the future.
Concretely, Caliber is the messaging app that lets you:
- – Find the right people to talk to among your contacts
- – Chat with your business contacts instantly
- – Grow your network, including looking for job opportunities
- – Make (only) relevant connections by “learning who you want to meet”
Andres Blank, CEO of Caliber, explains:
[quote]We see a huge opportunity in making it much faster for people to interact with their business contacts. By making this process faster, you’re able to reach out to more people and in turn you increase your chances of being more productive and successful in your career. This shift from email to messaging is happening not only with your friends.[/quote]
Caliber is already used by some majors businesses like Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and even Twitter themselves.
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