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US Tech Giant Partners With Consulting Firm To Launch Global Wine App

  • Written by Rachel Tate


CEO of My Wine Society Sean Evans, and fellow industry entrepreneur Jeremy Wong developed the app’s concept alongside Skylab apps, revolutionizing the wine industry using gamification. The app consists of building the aspect of communications, experience, and connection within its community. “ Think Facebook for wine.”- Evans


Thanks to its partnership with Skylab Apps, it is the first wine app where the users can interact, share, explore, and be rewarded. "We were able to leverage a technology company that specializes in the science of engagement, to create a unique app platform that centers around creating the global wine community. With that we’re giving a place for wineries to uniquely communicate with their customers in a way that feels organic and complete, so they don't lose touch with people." -Evans.


My Wine Society hosted their Beta launch event for the Napa Valley region—which marks the official opening of its first public testing round in partnership with conscious consumer outlet Feast it Forward, on July 14 at The Studio in Napa, California. They also launched in the LA/Temecula region in November as well as launching in the Mexico region following in early 2019. 


The app is available for free download on the Google Play and App Store. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/my-wine-society/id1407293626?mt=8


Visit www.Mywinesociety.comfor more information 

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