Dojo is an app that helps thousands of young Londoners find cool things to do in their city every day. We aim to make finding an independent Venezuelan coffee shop or a quirky pop-up bar as quick and easy as finding your nearest Starbucks or Wetherspoons. Our vision is that somebody in any city around the world will book a room with AirBnb, get there in an Uber and then find somewhere nearby to go with Dojo.
Company Growth (employees)
London, GB
Size (employees)
33 (est)
Dojo was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in London, GB

Dojo Office Locations

Dojo has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
Warner Yard
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Dojo Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$1.2 m

Latest funding size

$1.2 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years


Dojo's latest funding round in June 2015 was reported to be $1.2 m. In total, Dojo has raised $1.2 m

Dojo's Web-traffic and Trends

Dojo Online and Social Media Presence

Dojo News and Updates

Sadiq Khan-backed tech fund announces 100th deal and 1,000 jobs created

An early-stage London tech fund, backed by the Mayor of London's office, has just announced its 100th investment while revealing it has ploughed more than £100m into the capital's startup scene. The London Co-Investment Fund (LCIF), launched in 2015, contributes money alongside select seed and ve…

Coding bootcamp now bigger than any university computer science program

Coding Dojo, a coding school for aspiring software developers with campuses across the US, recently announced it produces more graduates each year compared to the nation’s largest computer science program at a four-year higher education institute. The post Coding bootcamp now bigger than any univers…

3 nontraditional pathways taking over higher ed

It's an increasingly popular trend among the young crowd: opting out of a traditional 4-year college experience immediately after high school graduation to pursue nontraditional pathways to postsecondary education. The post 3 nontraditional pathways taking over higher ed appeared first on eCampus Ne…

A White Sushi Chef Is Mocking Japanese Accents. Here’s Why It Matters.

David Bouhadana trained in Japan for three years. Does that give him a right to make fun of an accent?

A Pebble-Shaped Gizmo Helps Keep Your Smart Home Secure

The Dojo provides anti-virus protection for the vulnerable smart devices in your life. The post A Pebble-Shaped Gizmo Helps Keep Your Smart Home Secure appeared first on WIRED.

Dojo Company Life and Culture

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