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Chattoo is a mobile app where users team up with friends and meet new people in group chats. It's a safe way for teens and young adults to make new connections.

  • Stage Prototype Ready
  • Industry Mobile
  • Location London, GB-ENG, United Kingdom
  • Currency GBP
  • Founded January 2014
  • Employees 3
  • Website

Company Summary

The founders of Chattoo believe that we generally meet new people – and have the most fun – while hanging out with friends. Chattoo mimics this behaviour by letting young people team up with friends and make new connections in group chats. The app is aimed at teens and young adults who are looking for a practical, fun and safe alternative to over-sexualised dating products.


  • James2

    James is an experienced designer with 5 years of experience running his own graphics design company as a partner at the Harper Partnership. He is responsible for Chattoo’s product management, app design, branding and company marketing, and prior to Chattoo, he was the product manager at discounts application MonkeyFind (2012). James graduated with a Physics degree from the University of Nottingham, and is an avid golfer, playing off a 2 handicap.

  • Glen 20profile
    Co-founder and CTO

    Glen is a hugely experienced developer with a proven track record of success delivering scalable software for mobile platforms and providing fluent front-end solutions. He was previously a Lead Engineer for interactive television app Zeebox, where he worked for nearly two years until December 2013. Glen is responsible for Chattoo’s technology strategy as the Company’s CTO.

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    Seb is a former mergers and acquisitions lawyer who worked at magic circle law firms Allen & Overy and Slaughter and May in London. As co-founder, he is responsible for putting together Chattoo’s investment platform and partnership structures, while also being accountable for usability and product testing. A keen amateur golfer, Sebastian received English Golf Union scholarships in 2004 and 2005.