9 Houston startups that are pivoting to provide COVID-19-related services
From software to new services, several Houston startups are using this time of crisis to roll out new options for people living in the time of the COVID-19 crisis. This week, here are nine more startups that have reacted to the coronavirus with new tech solutions.
Two wonderful "mama jamas," founder of SocialMama App Amanda Ducach and creator of The Snazzy Mom Arushi Garg, share how moms can get involved with the "Get Active Mom Challenge" -- now through April 7 on the SocialMama App.
More and more moms are turning to apps to meet new friends. Here are six apps specifically for moms to meet other moms—and they’re all free in Apple’s App Store and on Google Play (including SocialMama)!
We all need to feel connected, in some meaningful way, with the people around us. But in my opinion, no one needs that connection more than a mom. Because being a mom in today’s world is tricky business.
Social Media Savvy Mothers Connect With Their Peers Via New SocialMama App
With millions of mothers facing extra pressure and new responsibilities until the nation emerges from the COVID-19 crisis, SocialMama is a social media app that connects mothers everywhere for friendship, advice or just a break from the pressures of viral isolation.
When Carolyn Rodz started her first business, she didn’t know much about being an entrepreneur. And as with a lot of first-timers, she didn’t know what she didn’t know, causing her to feel her way along.
SOCIALMAMA LAUNCHES IN-APP HEALTH EXPERT PROGRAM DURING COVID-19
In today’s climate of self isolation and quarantine, online connections are key to maintaining mental well-being, especially for moms. SocialMama’s technology delivers on that promise, but now they are taking it a step further.
In Houston, women play an active role in both the startup and funding scene. In May 2019, Amanda Ducach launched SocialMama, a networking app that connects like-minded mothers for friendship and mentorship.