TellMeWhere Social Search Service, Interview with Gilles Barbier, CEO & co-Founder

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TellMeWhere Mobile Social Search

I caught this interview with Gilles Barbier, founder and CEO of TellMeWhere, while at LeWeb 2010.  TellMeWhere (DisMoiOu in France) is one of my favorite apps on my iphone, providing a handy social search when I am out and about in Paris looking for a spot to eat or to find a good baker.  TellMeWhere, a homegrown French version of Yelp, is synched into Facebook to tap into your own network, so that your friends’ ratings and reviews will appear first and foremost in your search requests.  Gilles is bilingual, so we did an entirely different French language podcast over here, if you want to know more.

You can find my other English-speaking interviews on the Minter Dialogue Radio Show here on Megaphone or via itunes.

And for the francophones reading this, if you want to get more podcasts, you can also find my radio show en français over at :, on Megaphone or in iTunes.

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  1. Elif OTUGEN

    This service is the combination of responses for various needs of nowadays: rapidity, communication, exchange etc. When the need and the right answer come together, i think the success is evident. In my opinion tellmewhere has determined the real needs of our society such as lack of time, need for recommendation of the others, difficulty of the right decision between endless number of options or need for high quality service. Also by using the right and pertinent technological tool they have succeeded in finding the best answer to satisfy these needs. And the result is a successful and innovative application.

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