The startup's founder says it's the first nightlife company to partner with San Francisco-based Yelp (NYSE: YELP), which publishes crowd-sourced reviews about local businesses.
"Our partnership with Yelp will open up a world of possibilities to connect people searching for unique nightlife experiences at the best venues, instantly ... It's a big leap towards our goal of simplifying the nightlife booking experience for all, " said Tablelist founder and CEO Julian Jung in a statement.
Tablelist generates revenue by taking from 15 to 25 percent of the profits of every table booked through its app. Nightclub customers spend an average of between $350 and $500 for table service at nightclubs in Boston; that compares to an average of up to $5, 000 in New York City and Las Vegas.
Total funding to date for Tablelist is $2 million, and investors include Boston-based Twitter executive Wayne Chang and notable nightlife influencers Simon Hammerstein and Michael Gruber.
Tablelist last year appointed former HubSpot executive Keith Frankel as chief digital officer, responsible for leading Tablelist's marketing and product teams, though Jung said Frankel no longer with the company because "it was not a good fit."
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