GroupMe is a group mobile messaging service for finding, planning and purchasing group activities. GroupMe helps people stay connected and get together better with their friends. GroupMe’s two core offerings are: GroupMe, the group mobile messaging service, and Experiences, a service for finding, planning and purchasing group activities. 1.

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Skype
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2010
GroupMe was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at GroupMe

Neil Stevens

Neil Stevens

Corporate Vice President

GroupMe Office Locations

GroupMe has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
1002 26 W 17th St

GroupMe Data and Metrics

GroupMe Summary

In total, GroupMe had raised $11.5 m. GroupMe is a subsidiary of Skype

Traffic Overview of GroupMe

GroupMe Online and Social Media Presence

GroupMe News and Updates

Columbia University suspends wrestling team for racist, sexist text messages

For the second time in as many weeks, a men's Ivy League athletic team has been suspended for making lewd comments. Columbia University suspended its wrestling team on Monday as officials investigated a series of text messages sent by team members. Sent on GroupMe and published by independent st…

Columbia is suspending its wrestling season after a leak of offensive text messages

Columbia University suspended its wrestling team's season on Monday while it investigates a leak of illicit text messages sent among team members, The New York Times reported.  The messages, shared on the private messaging app GroupMe, were peppered with derogatory reference…

Black students barraged by terrifying hate text messages

It's been a terrifying couple of days for thousands of Americans, but it's been particularly hard for black students at the University of Pennsylvania. On Friday, several black freshman found themselves added to a group text message that included multiple racial slurs, called students "dumb slav…

Hack for the environment at the Disrupt SF Hackathon

 This weekend, hundreds of developers and engineers will pack into the Disrupt SF conference space for our Hackathon, a 24-hour race to build a brand-new product. Competitors will present their inventions on stage and win prizes, in a TechCrunch tradition that’s launched products like GroupMe. But t…

GroupMe Company Life and Culture

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