MeWe is the #1 trending next-gen social network. No Ads, No Targeting, No Newsfeed Manipulation. No BS. Member data is #Not4Sale to marketers or advertisers. MeWe has all the features people love, and is the 1st social network with a Privacy Bill of Rights. MeWe is social media done right!

Company Overview

Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, MeWe provides people worldwide with the next-gen social network they can love and trust. MeWe launched in 2016 at SXSW, where it was named "SXSW Start-Up of the Year Finalist for Innovative World Technology." MeWe members have total control over what they share along with full ownership of their content and data and are safeguarded by its groundbreaking Privacy Bill of Rights. No ads, no targeting, and no newsfeed manipulation. MeWe members enjoy all the features social media users love for authentic connections with friends, family and common interest groups. MeWe's freemium revenue model treats its members as customers to serve, not data to sell. It also has recurring revenue from its enterprise collaboration service, MeWePRO. MeWe is advised by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web, and other thought and business leaders. MeWe's CEO, Mark Weinstein, is a world-renowned privacy advocate and an early founder of social networking.

About MeWe

HQ Location
Los Angeles, CA

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