Soch launches Concierge to find places, events or activities in local places


Who is Soch for?

Sosh is an individual’s website that helps users finds things to do in their neighbourhood with the social media. Sosh is being developed by Offline Labs, a new start up established by previous Google and Slide workers. Sosh has today dispatched Concierge in the New York, the Uber for dining.

Why do we need Concierge?

Concierge basically holds tasting menu stock for the Sosh group, permitting people to book a table at a hot restaurant and pay for their ordered supper all through this application. This means user can directly go to a restaurant, eat and returns simply from there, an Uber-style. Concierge even lets users book an Uber through the application to reserve on time. Sosh provides a new market with a publication item, one that gives curated experiences taking into account taste and climate, and so on yet one that does not offer an end-to-end experience, permitting users to search, buy tickets, and leave the rest to the application

What made Concierge stand out of others?

This service providing platform has performed well in San Francisco, having filled each and every reservation with its fellow partners.  Sosh Concierge not just offers a brought together experience from arranging a reservation to leaving the restaurant, yet it likewise approaches the users to pay for their dinner, not the reservation, similar to the case with contending applications like ‘Resy’.

What’s new is Concierge?

Concierge has been available since august in San Francisco, however is today dispatching in its second market with New York City. Sosh has raised an aggregate of $16.3 million, and $10.1 million Series B drove by Khosla Ventures recently.