Recently, I'm seeing more and more people talking about their need to have a "Lunchclub" for their specific community. For those who are not familiar with Lunchclub.ai, it's s a 1:1 super-connector that match you every week with someone relevant to you.
Indeed, it seems that as the platform is becoming the reference in the networking space, it becomes less useful for people looking to meet people from specific groups (ex : IndieHackers, GenZ etc..)
The unfair advantage of Lunchclub is that their algorithm matches you with people different from you but with similar interests, adding serendipity to your life. But if you're looking to meet someone in a specific community, why don't you DM them, as you know where to find them?
I have the feeling that there is a real need to be introduced to relevant person in its own community.
My question is, what is the real need behind this? Do you need someone to make the introduction? Do you need to be on a platform that creates a safe environment? Are there other solutions that could be more relevant?
I would love to have your thoughts on this subject and eventually start a project to create meaningful connections within the IndieHacker community! 🔥