Dabblers, Start Your Engines!
What do Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Dabble have in common? More than you might think, according to Dabble co-founder Jessica Lybeck.
Each was created to fill a very specific need for its users, each was built to transition seamlessly from small-scale to large-scale and, according to Lybeck, in the next few years each of them may be part of your everyday vernacular.
What has Dabble's founding team so full of optimism?
Call it good timing. Call it a ripe marketplace. Call it the perfect storm. Just don't call it luck.
When Dabble co-founders Jessica Lybeck and Erin Hopmann-already an experienced entrepreneurial team-set out to lay the foundations of their new social marketplace, they were nothing if not deliberate. Extensive brainstorming sessions, plenty of research, and previous successes all played a pivotal role in their project's creation.
But brains aren't the only credentials these two young executives brought to the table; What makes Dabble so special, so unique, and (thus far) so successful is the passion shared by both the site's creators and its users.
So what exactly is Dabble?
The ConceptPeople around the world have all kinds of passions. We love to learn, we love to teach, we love to dabble in a lot of little things. We play the guitar, we golf, we paint, we learn languages, we cook, we sew, we write, and the list goes on and on. But all of these things cost money. And they take time. That's where Dabble comes in.
Dabble makes it easy to learn something new, dust off an old hobby, or even meet new people with similar interests. And it accomplishes these goals for a reasonable price and hardly any commitment!