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What were you doing when you were 14? Hanging out at the 7-11 and drinking Slushies in the parking lot? Poking around in the local mall?
Well, as reminder of how much you wasted your teenage years, 14-year-old student Jordan Casey has just launched his third company, Eventzy. During a talk last week at the Web Summit in Dublin, Casey said the company is in beta but will open to the public early next year. It will offer tools to make it easier for users to manage events they are hosting and attending, he said.
“We will have a free version for smaller events and a paid version for larger, corporate events,” Casey said, according to the Irish Times. “We won’t be competing with Eventbrite as they are mainly about tickets. Our software will allow users to manage events and promote them on social media.”
Last year, Casey unveiled a company called Teachware at the Summit, which he says now has more than 300 teachers as users. In a profile last year, VentureBeat also looked at Casey’s game development company, Casey Games.
Source: Irish Times
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