Localeur is a curated community of local insiders who want to help users experience local in their city. Localeur gives users a curated look into what it's like to be a local. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in Austin, Texas.
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Expert Collections containing Localeur
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Localeur is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Travel Technology (Travel Tech).
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Latest Localeur News
Apr 29, 2021
By PhocusWire | April 29, 2021 Joah Spearman, Co-founder and CEO How I Got Here is a weekly podcast from PhocusWire and Mozio, getting the inside stories behind innovation and startups in travel and transportation. A common thread in Joah Searman's origin story and that of experience recommendation platform Localeur is one of countering adversity, as he explains to David Litwak of Mozio and PhocusWire's Kevin May. A common thread in Joah Searman's origin story is one of countering adversity. Localeur was born in 2013 with a mission to help people discover and share the best local places to "eat, drink and play" in destinations around the world. A tough market to crack (there have been many brands that have tried and failed along the way), Spearman's commitment to the cause along the way has seen the company survive and evolve over the intervening eight years. The company has raised (only) a modest $6 million in funding - in part due to a strategy to grow on its own terms but equally, as he explains, when the time has come to seek investment he has faced the same reaction from the financial world as other black tech founders. He joins us as the latest guest on How I Got Here. HIGH is a weekly show produced by PhocusWire and Mozio , aimed at getting the inside stories behind startups and innovation in travel and transportation. It's hosted by our editor in chief, Kevin May, and Mozio co-founder and CEO David Litwak . Here is the video version via PhocusWire's YouTube channel: How I Got Here, episode 62 - Joah Spearman of Localeur How I Got Here This is a weekly podcast from PhocusWire and Mozio, getting the inside stories behind innovation and startups in travel and transportation.
Localeur Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Localeur founded?
Localeur was founded in 2012.
Where is Localeur's headquarters?
Localeur's headquarters is located at 1503 West 10th Street, Austin.
What is Localeur's latest funding round?
Localeur's latest funding round is Unattributed - IV.
How much did Localeur raise?
Localeur raised a total of $11.43M.
Who are the investors of Localeur?
Investors of Localeur include Central Texas Angel Network, Houston Angel Network, Alamo Angels, Mike Murphy, Blake Chandlee and 3 more.
Who are Localeur's competitors?
Competitors of Localeur include YPlan and 1 more.
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